Reuters U.S. Internet users are using a lot of the world’s available bandwidth and have more mobile data connections than any other country, according to a report released by a nonprofit group Wednesday.
The report from the Broadband Information Coalition (BIAC) found that the U.K. accounts for almost half of all U.N. countries Internet users, which includes U.A.E., Germany, the United States and Canada.
The U.R.I. was third, followed by India, Mexico, France and Israel.
The BICC said the U.”s usage is up more than four times over the last decade.
It says the U,”s usage has more than doubled since 2007.
BIAC says that by 2025, more than 90 percent of all Internet users in the world will be using mobile broadband and it expects that figure to double to more than 100 percent by 2020.
“The Internet is a fundamental platform for innovation and education, which drives the development of the digital economy and serves as a catalyst for economic growth and global progress,” said BICCo chairman Tom Derenick.
“We must build a world in which every citizen can access and use the information they need, regardless of their geography, ability, or skill level.”
The report is based on data collected by the World Bank and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
It is based primarily on broadband data from companies that collect data for economic development.
In the U.-U.S.-Canada region, for example, more people are using mobile data than in the U-K.
or the U, where more than half of Internet users use mobile data.
The U.Y.-U.-U-S.-Canada region was home to more people who had a mobile connection than the U., where only 4 percent of U.
As were mobile broadband users.
In Japan, Japan, the U of A and Mexico, mobile broadband penetration is around 8 percent, about the same as in Europe.
Internet users in other countries are less mobile broadband-savvy, with less than half having a mobile broadband connection, and the rest having more broadband than they do in the United Kingdom, where mobile broadband use is higher than anywhere else in Europe and the U S.