RADWIN - How to increase your Average Revenue Per User
In 2015, the FCC set a standard that changed the definition of broadband by raising the minimum download speeds from 4Mbps to 25Mbps. Currently, only 4% of Americans living in urban areas lack a broadband connection, while in rural areas the number rises to 39%.
What's more, 20% of Americans still lack access to the most basic internet services that fall under the previous 4Mbps threshold.
The Internet Service Provider (ISP) community in North America has played a significant role over the years in expanding the broadband footprint. However, based on the statistics above, there is a still a lot of work that needs to be done to further close the digital divide.
As usual, this is easier said than done, and many ISPs are facing obstacles when growing their network.
Get insight into how Niagara Wireless Internet Company (NWIC), a wireless ISP in Ontario, Canada successfully replaced its existing wireless broadband network to serve both homes and enterprises and how they are growing their business and revenue.