“Smart Phone only user” or “Broadband at home user”???
As title says, it’s one of common question hanging around in common people mind. In world around, most of people have to think about this question due to economical expenditure. The new data also contain one other insight about the shifting connection patterns of adults: 15% of adults are now “cord cutters” in that they have abandoned paid cable or satellite television service. Many of them say that the availability of television content and other video sources online are a factor in their shift away from subscription television services.
One of internet survey says that, Home broadband adoption stands at 67% of Americans, down slightly from 70% in 2013, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis. This small, but statistically significant, difference moves home broadband adoption to where it was in 2012. Another important internet survey also says that, an increase in the share of adults who are considered “Smartphone only” in that they have a Smartphone, but lack broadband service at home. Some 13% of Americans are “Smartphone only” in 2015 – up from 8% in 2013. Some of the most significant changes in these adoption patterns are taking place among African Americans, those with relatively low household incomes and those living in rural areas.
As per my opinion, both their different advantage at different level. Some people thought like being without a home broadband connection was a major disadvantage in several different topical areas. There has been a substantial increase over that period in the share of adults who say not having a home high-speed connection is a major disadvantage when looking for job opportunities, accessing government information as well as in other areas.If you want to get more information, catch up with the articles here //goo.gl/l7Mv9W .