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Number of Wi-Fi devices per household stops growing in 2017

Friday 1 December 2017 | 11:32 CET | Author: Wiebe Hotte | Background
The number of Wi-Fi connected devices in Dutch households has stopped growing. According to a survey by Telecompaper in the autumn, 59 percent of Dutch consumers have between four and ten Wi-Fi devices at home, the same as in the summer of 2016. Just over a third (35%) said they have 1-3 Wi-Fi devices, also unchanged from a year ago. Only 6 percent have more than ten Wi-Fi devices, while the average across households is five, the Telecompaper Consumer Insights panel found.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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