Chile is the country in the world where internet access has increased the most

In Chile, Internet access throughout the country is widespread, thanks to private companies’ investments and its government’s efforts to bring connectivity to the most remote areas. And that has been reflected in the 2018 inclusive internet ranking of The Economist Intelligence Unit.
The list of the 10 countries that improved the most in this ranking with respect to the previous year is led by Chile. African countries on the list includes Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania – with Kenya leading the African list.

The Intelligence Unit ranking is measured in a series of parameters that include availability, prices, market competition, local content for the internet or usage policies.

In the global list, Chile is in the position 8. And the rest of Latin American countries that follow in the ranking are Brazil (28), Mexico (29), Argentina (34), Peru (38) and Colombia (44) .


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