72 Per Cent of People Have a Wireless Internet Dongle/SIM of Some Sort

By Gary Cutlack on at

Stats into the adoption of wireless broadband across theĀ 34-country group covered by the OECD show that 72.4 per cent of everyone has a wireless broadband connection of some sort, be it a mobile account or a data-only SIM for a tablet.

The numbers show that in a handful of countries wireless broadband connections outnumber people, thanks to phone and data-only SIMs and wireless dongles being counted separately. Finland is the top data-obsessed nation, with 125 per cent of the population having a mobile data connection. It's an Internet of Finns. [OECD via The Register]