In a recent study from the US Census Bureau, the evolving trend and mobile technology reach in the US have increasingly made the Americans rely on their mobile internet service to connect online. From this viewpoint, the mobile internet service appears to be competing directly with wired internet connections.
The data came from 53,000 households which “shows that three-quarters of American households with internet are using a DSL, cable or fiber connection to get online at home.” It’s still have the majority of households, but significantly have dropped from 82-percent in 2013. On the other side, the mobile-only households have climbed from 10 to 20 percent on that the same timeline.
Accordingly, one in every five online households in the US is now mobile-only, in a report by Washington Post.