U.S. Consumer Fixed Broadband Services Forecast, 2020–2024

U.S. Consumer Fixed Broadband Services Forecast, 2020–2024

This IDC study identifies and quantifies the consumer fixed broadband services market opportunity in the United States, including an assessment of the drivers and inhibitors influencing the deployment, marketing, and pricing of fixed broadband services and the adoption of broadband internet access by consumers. The study also presents forecast projections for the number of consumer fixed broadband subscribers by technology and the consumer broadband services revenue opportunity. "Consumer fixed broadband has surged during COVID-19, driven by remote learning, work from home, video conferencing, and streaming video. Broadband has become the most important service for many households, keeping them connected to school, work, and family. IDC anticipates that more than 10.5 million consumer fixed broadband subscriptions will be added over the next five years, with cable and fiber bringing faster connections and new services to consumers." — Jason Blackwell, research director, Consumer Multiplay and Broadband Services

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IDC Market Forecast Figure
Executive Summary
Advice for Technology Suppliers
Market Forecast
Market Context
Drivers and Inhibitors
Drivers
COVID-19
Bandwidth Speeds
Inhibitors
Churn
Significant Market Developments
Changes from Prior Forecast
Market Definition
Methodology
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