October 1, 2020 | internet | No Comments
Three-quarters of respondents didn’t know what internet speeds would be adequate for their household and the overwhelming majority have yet to upgrade their service.
To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, companies around the globe adopted remote work policies in recent months. At the same time, many schools and universities are conducting classes virtually to ensure the safety of students and staff this fall. Needless to say, this en masse shift to distanced learning and telecommuting has increased the need for high-speed internet for millions. A new survey analyzes consumers’ sentiment regarding their current internet capabilities, bandwidth needs, provider pricing expectations, and more.
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On Monday, HighSpeedInternet.com, a site to explore and compare internet providers, released a report detailing the results of a recent anonymous US survey involving 1,000 people. Overall, three-quarters of those surveyed