U.S. is A World Leader in Internet Inclusivity | NCTA.com

The United States ranks third in the world in internet inclusivity, according to the 2018 Inclusive Internet Index conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit. The report, in its second year, examined 86 countries and ranked them according to their scores in four categories: availability, affordability, relevance and readiness.

The U.S. third-place rank came thanks to strong ratings in the availability and affordability pillars. Under affordability, the U.S. was second only to Canada. The affordability category measured the cost of access (in relation to income) and competition in the internet marketplace.

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