More than 450 million households worldwide now use Wi-Fi connection to access the Internet. This is 1/4 of the total, and about 5% more than last year – according to Strategy Analytics report.
Considering individual countries, the highest percentage of households with Wi-Fi is now the Netherlands (80,4 %), which precedes South Korea. (76,4%), and Norway (76,2%). Further in this regard are: the United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, France, Sweden, Japan, Canada and the USA.
In terms of number of households with access to the Internet via Wi-Fi, the leader is China (108 million), followed by the US (72 million) and Japan (30 million).