National broadband plans from around the world
Broadband is a term normally considered to be synonymous with a high-speed connection to the internet. Suitability for certain applications, or technically a certain quality of service, is often assu...
National broadband plans from around the world - Wikipedia
Internet in Canada
Canada ranks as the 20th country in the world for Internet usage with 28.47 million users as of June 2012. In stark contrast to USA and other developed countries, internet services providers charge pe...
National Broadband Plan (United States)
Connecting America: The National Broadband Plan is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plan to improve Internet access in the United States. The FCC was directed to create the plan by the Americ...
Internet in Argentina
Communications in Argentina gives an overview of the postal, telephone, Internet, radio, television, and newspaper services available in Argentina.
The national postal service, Correo Argentino, w...
Internet in Argentina - Wikipedia
Internet in Brazil
The Internet in Brazil was launched in 1988. In 2011 Brazil ranked fifth in the world with nearly 89 million Internet users, 45% of the population. In 2010 Brazil ranked 9th in the world with 13,266,3...
Internet in Brazil - Wikipedia
Internet in Chile
The technical regulator for the Internet in Chile is the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications, through the Undersecretariat of Telecommunications (Subtel).The Internet country code is .cl...
Internet in Colombia
Access to the Internet in Colombia shows a marked increase during the last few years. As of September 2009, the web connections surpassed two million, as compared with an estimated total of 900,000 In...
Internet in the Dominican Republic
Telecommunications in the Dominican Republic include radio, television, fixed and mobile telephones, and the Internet.Numerous television channels are available. Tricom, S.A, Wind Telecom, and Claro C...
Internet in Ecuador
Telecommunications in Ecuador include telephone, radio, television, and the Internet.Ecuador’s state regulatory agency is the National Telecommunications Council (CONATEL), which is part of the Teleco...
Internet in Mexico
Mexico has approximately 59.2 million Internet users representing 49.2% of the population and is currently experiencing a huge surge in demand for broadband Internet services. Mexico is the country wi...
European Commissioner for Digital Agenda
The Vice-President for Digital Single Market (previously Commissioner for Digital Agenda) is a member of the European Commission responsible for media and information issues such as telecoms and IT. A...
European Commissioner for Digital Agenda - Wikipedia
Internet in Austria
This article concerns the systems of telecommunication in Austria. Austria has a highly developed and efficient telephone network, and has a number of radio and television broadcast stations.
The ...
Internet in Belgium
Belgium has well-developed Internet infrastructure, ranking among the top countries in the world in terms of total number of Internet users, fixed broadband users, mobile broadband users, and Internet...
Internet in Bulgaria
The Internet in Bulgaria began to offer full TCP/IP services in 1992, although e-mail, network news, and some other Internet services were available earlier, during the period from 1989 to 1991. The ....
Internet in Denmark
In an international context Denmark is viewed as a somewhat peculiar country when it comes to internet access. The former state owned telephone company TDC owns the entire last mile infrastructure in ...
Internet in Estonia
The Internet in Estonia has one of the highest penetration rates in the world. In the first quarter of 2010, 75% out of 1.34 million people in the country used the Internet according to Statistics Est...
Internet in Finland

FUNET was created in 1984 to link Finnish universities. The .fi top-level domain was registered 1986. FICIX was created in 1993 to interconnect Finnish IP networks and commercial sales of Interne...
Internet in France
In metropolitan France, intense competition between Internet service providers has led to the introduction of moderately-priced high speed ADSL up to 28 Mbit/s (ATM), VDSL2 up to 100 Mbit/s, and FTTX ...
Internet in Germany

In Germany, DSL is the prevalent internet access technology with over 30 million subscribers. For residential services the Annex B versions of ADSL, ADSL2+, and VDSL2 are used. With over 12 milli...
Internet in Ireland
In 2013 the Internet in Ireland is used by 77% of the population and is an important contributor to the economy and education.
Eircom, the largest telephone company in Ireland, began rolling out b...
Internet in Greece
The Internet in Greece relied on PSTN/ISDN modem dial-up from 1990 until 2003, when ADSL was commercially launched by incumbent operator OTE. ADSL is currently the main broadband standard. Greece also...
Internet in Latvia
Telecommunications in Latvia include radio, television, fixed and mobile telephones, and the Internet.
Radio stations:Radios:1.76 million (1997).Television stations:Televisions:1.22 million (1997)...
Internet in Lithuania
This article provides an overview of telecommunications in Lithuania, including radio, television, telephones, and the Internet.The Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania (RR...
Internet in the Netherlands
According to research done by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) the Netherlands is ranked with Switzerland in having the most broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitant...
Internet in Poland
The Internet in Poland was used by 65% of the country's inhabitants in 2012 which placed Poland 54th in the world in terms of Internet use.
Internet in Portugal
The Internet in Portugal achieved a penetration rate of about 64% of the population in 2012. With an average peak Internet access speed of 34.5 megabits per second, Portugal stood seventeenth on the l...
Internet in Romania
In Romania there are 12.9 million connections to the Internet (June 2012). Country code (Top level domain): .ro. The .eu domain is also used, as it is shared with other European Union member states. T...
Internet in Slovenia
The use of the Internet in Slovenia is widespread. According to official polls in the first quarter of 2008, 58% citizens between the ages 10 and 74 were Internet users, which is above Europe's averag...
Internet in Spain
This article is about the Internet in Spain.