More than ever before, the past year has shown that a broadband connection is invaluable for Americans to continue working, learning, and socializing. And connectivity demands will only continue to increase as technologies advance and more services move online, making an internet connection a "must have" in the home.
Fortunately, the cost of a monthly internet subscription only takes up a small part of average household expenses, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. When considering the limitless possibilities that a broadband connection unlocks for consumers, the value of today’s broadband service is quite remarkable.
Cable internet service providers also recognize that there is no "one-size-fits all" cost for American households. Every household differs according to its specific needs and budget which is why ISPs offer a variety of speed tiers and plans, including 1 gigabit offerings to 80% of U.S. homes.