United States Fixed and Wireless Broadband Market Report

Dublin, Aug. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “US Fixed vs. Wireless: Changing Consumer Broadband Preferences” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offer.

This report examines consumer demand for broadband connectivity, including the demand for new types of networks and the rationales for cutting broadband cables.

Over the past decade, an increasing percentage of American households are connected to the Internet but do not receive home Internet service from a traditional home Internet service provider.

The majority of these consumers are “mobile only”, connected via a smartphone or tablet. With the launch of 5G home internet and new low orbit satellite networks, the market is ready for further changes.

Main topics covered:

Summary

  • Fixed fiber wireless constructions pave the way to a Gigabit world.
  • “The quality of my home Internet service is more important than the price”
  • Average Home Internet Download Speed
  • Home Internet Download Speed ​​Trends 2017 – 2021
  • Adoption of multiple broadband packages among consumer groups
  • How consumers pay for multiple plans
  • Home internet service paid by employer
  • Consumers are likely to cancel Home Internet service
  • Home Internet Cancellation Reasons
  • Home Internet service cancellation triggers

Fixed vs Wireless

  • Fixed Internet Homes (US)
  • Mobile fireplaces only (US)
  • Methods for Consumers Accessing the Internet at Home
  • Residential Market Share of Home Internet Service Providers in the United States (2016-2021)
  • Satisfaction with Home Internet Service
  • Strong Intention to Make Changes to Internet Services
  • Reasons for Cancellation of Home Internet Service
  • Reasons for Canceling Home Internet Service by Satisfaction Level
  • Home Broadband Service Download Speed
  • Home Internet Service Download Speed
  • Number of home broadband plans used
  • Number of home broadband plans used by age
  • Number of home broadband plans used by income
  • Number of home broadband plans used by family size
  • Number of home broadband plans used by children at home
  • Number of home broadband plans used by technology adoption
  • Number of home broadband plans used by teleworkers
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used by age
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used by revenue
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used by family size
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used by children at home
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used by technology adoption
  • Number of mobile broadband plans used by teleworkers
  • Payment Methods for Home Internet Service
  • Home internet service paid by employer
  • Changes to Home Internet service in the last 6 months
  • Autonomous connectivity ARPU, annual
  • Aggregate connectivity ARPU, annual

Fixed Internet Homes

  • Consumer attitudes towards home Internet services
  • Attitudes toward home Internet service by age, income, technology segment and employment status
  • Broadband VAS received
  • Home Internet Satisfaction by Received Broadband VAS
  • Impact of VAS on Net Promoter Scores
  • Number of value-added broadband services per broadband speed
  • Home Internet Satisfaction by Broadband Download Speed
  • Home Internet Satisfaction by Broadband Download Speed
  • Adopting a Router or Gateway
  • Home Internet Satisfaction by Router Adoption
  • Home Internet Service Issues Encountered
  • Number of problems with home internet service
  • Internet satisfaction at home by problems encountered
  • Impact of technical issues on the Net Promoter Score
  • Answers to Home Internet Problems
  • Responses to Home Internet Problems by Age and Technology Adoption
  • Reasons for Upgrading Internet Service
  • Reasons for outranking among age groups
  • Reasons for outranking among households with and without children at home
  • Probability of upgrading broadband service to 1+ Gbps
  • Probability of upgrading broadband service to 1+ Gbps by age
  • Probability of upgrading broadband service to 1+ Gbps by revenue
  • Likelihood of kids at home upgrading broadband service to 1+ Gbps
  • Likelihood of upgrading broadband service to 1+ Gbps through technology adoption
  • Probability of upgrading speed to 1Gbps+ by current broadband speed

Wide Band and Cord Cutters – Ever

  • Nevers Broadband vs. Broadband Cable Cutters
  • Last subscription to Home Internet service
  • Demographic Attributes of Broadband Cord Cutters and Cord Cutters-Never
  • Cord-Cutters and Cord-Nevers by number and types of CE devices owned and live streaming pay-TV subscription
  • Home Internet service cancellation triggers
  • Unsubscribe reasons by age
  • Churn Reasons by Revenue
  • Unsubscribe reasons by gender
  • Reasons for churn by technology adoption
  • Reasons for Not Using Home Internet Service
  • Main barriers by age
  • Top Barriers by Income
  • Main barriers by gender
  • Top Barriers by Technology Adoption

Mobile internet usage among mobile users only

  • Using mobile broadband in the United States at home
  • Mobile broadband at home
  • Broadband access methods among mobile-broadband-only households
  • Payment options for mobile broadband service
  • Mobile Service Plan Types by Devices
  • Mobile data plan by devices used
  • Monthly mobile data usage
  • Average monthly mobile data used
  • Smartphone hotspot plan types used

For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/afk84j


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