We utilize 4G en masse in the low states. Along with the internet can be getting better.
Dutch utilized massively 4G Internet last year, according to some other ci j statistics (pdf) of the Consumer and Market Authority. In total, no less than 760 petabytes of all 4G data was absorbed in 2019. That is more than 10 times as much as 5 decades ago.
While mad folks in the Netherlands have set fire to the twenty 5G transmission masts (the majority of which were likely only 4G towers), the average Dutchman mostly uses 4G. 94 percent of all data traffic goes via 4G, the rest via 3G and a negligible sum via 5G.
On average, there were no less than 19.908 million cellular data connections in 2019. On average, based on this 760 petabyte, or 796,917,760 gigabytes, about 40.03 per user in a year. On average, we use about 3.3 gigabytes of data per month.
The individual regulator also describes that we are getting internet faster and quicker. Almost 92 percent of all households in the Netherlands with an internet connection have a rate of at least 30Mb / s (Megabit, not to be mistaken with megabytes). By the end of 2019, almost half had an internet connection above 100Mb / s!
The percentage of households with an internet connection from 30Mbps (Megabit per second) was 91.7 percent in 2019. In 2015 that was 65.5 percent. The percentage of households with a connection up to 30Mbps was 8.3 percent in 2019 and 34.5 percent in 2015. At the end of 2019, almost half of all households had an internet connection above 100Mbps.