The number of connections per household remains stable at 4.5

The number of connections per Canadian household did not change between 2012 and 2013, and remained at 4.5. The number of wireless connections continued to grow though at a slower pace since 2011. Canadian households had a bit more than 2 wireless connections on average in 2013. At the opposite, wireline connections continued to decrease, at a rate of 3% per year since 2008, to reach 0.83 per household in 2013. Internet connections were at 0.80 per household in 2013, a 1.8% growth year over year since 2008. Finally, broadcast distribution connections, at 0.84 per household, remained relatively stable for the past 5 years.

The number of connections per household remains stable at 4.5

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