In the early days of the internet, a desktop computer was the primary, and virtually the only, way of connecting to the internet. However, with the rise of Wi-Fi, mobile broadband, Bluetooth, and many other revolutionary technologies, residents have multiple ways through which they can access the internet. While a wide variety of devices are available to connect to the internet, sometimes the lack of an internet-enabled device is cited as a barrier to home broadband adoption. The chart above shows the average number of internet-enabled devices in households in the community compared to homes in other Connected communities, along with the average number of devices by type.
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