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Mobile broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitants

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Mobile broadband penetration, the number of subscriptions per 100 inhabitants to mobile network services offering speeds of 256 Kbps or more (such as HSPA and LTE networks), provides a measure of the uptake of mobile broadband technology by the population. Figures relate to the number of handset‐based and computer‐based (USB/dongles) mobile‐broadband subscriptions to the public Internet that are regarded as active, due either to including a recurring subscription fee for data/Internet access or the subscriber having accessed the Internet in the last three months.

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