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Broadband Portal


Policy makers must examine a range of indicators which reflect the status of individual broadband markets.

This page provides access to a range of broadband-related statistics gathered by the OECD.

The OECD has identified the five main categories below which are important for assessing broadband markets. 

Latest data update: 10 February 2022

High-speed fibre internet continues its strong growth in OECD countries as DSL declines
 
High-speed fibre subscriptions grew by 15% across OECD countries from June 2020 to June 2021, as living and working under Covid-19 restrictions continued to drive demand for high-quality internet connections with the rapid upload and download speeds that fibre offers. Read more...

La fibre optique poursuit sa forte croissance dans les pays de l'OCDE alors que le DSL décline

Les abonnements à la fibre optique à haut débit ont augmenté de 15 % dans les pays de l'OCDE entre juin 2020 et juin 2021. Le télétravail et le temps passé à la maison sous les restrictions sanitaires dues au Covid-19 ont continué de stimuler la demande de connexions internet de haute qualité avec les vitesses rapides de téléchargement montants et descendants qu'offre la fibre. En savoir plus...

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Coverage and geography (national broadband maps)

National broadband maps of OECD countries

The coverage of broadband service is mapped by access technologies such as DSL, fibre, cable and wireless in addition to speed tiers (e.g. 1 Mbit/s to 1.5 Mbit/s, second lowest speed tier of less than 10-20 Mbit/s, mid-speed tier of less than 50 Mbit/s, etc.). Information on service providers such as names or links to them for each of the smallest geographical units is also provided. It is therefore possible to consult which technologies are used for broadband access and how much speed is provided in a location along with names of service providers if a detailed interactive map has been established in the country.

Links to national broadband maps (external sites):


Maps not available for Chile, Israel and Turkey.