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South Korea ranked first, India 57th in Broadband connectivity

South Korea, became the top country with maximum number of broadband connections according to a study conducted by Washington-based Pew Research Centers Internet and American Life Project. South Korea has 95 percent of its homes broadband enabled. Five of the top 10 countries or territories in the survey were in the Asian region.

Singapore ranked second on the list with household broadband penetration of 88 percent, followed by the Netherlands (85 percent), Denmark (82 percent), Taiwan (81 percent), Hong Kong (81 percent), Israel (77 percent), Switzerland (76 percent), Canada (76 percent) and Norway (75 percent).

India ranked 57th with two percent of homes having broadband connectivity in the survey conducted in 58 countries, where as the United states ranked 20th with 60 percent connectivity.

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