According to a survey by Telebrasil, the Brazilian Telecommunications Association, the country has grown by 51% in the number of broadband accesses in the last 12 months. There were 1.8 new connections per second, closing the first half of this year with 161 million accesses.
By comparison, in the United States, that number reached 281 million over the same period, according to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Mobile broadband was largely responsible for the growth of internet accesses. According to the survey, 3G and 4G access hit 137.7 million connections, 62% more than in June 2014. Already in fixed broadband, accesses reached 23.3 million in June this year. year, an increase of almost 10% over the previous
38% of the population is covered by 4G
Broadband fourth-generation or 4G technology, which allows connection speeds up to ten times faster than 3G, has 3.3 million accesses. The 4 G currently serves 119 cities, which concentrate 38% of the Brazilian population. Among the operators that invest the most in 4G, Vivo stands out as the one that covers the largest number of municipalities: only 98 in total. Claro already leads 4G coverage in percentage of population served.
And you have 4G in your city? How the service?
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