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‘Hispanic Broadband Access’ — Mobile Future Sends Links to Recent Paper


On behalf of Jonathan Spalter, I would like to share with you a recent paper by Mobile Future and The Hispanic Institute in advance of your upcoming lecture series.

The paper, “Hispanic Broadband Access: Making the Most of the Mobile, Connected Future” takes a closer look at what mobile connectivity means for Hispanics in today’s wireless world and illustrates how Hispanics are increasingly turning to mobile devices — not traditional wired broadband — as their primary means of accessing the Internet. The report details how Hispanics have embraced mobile technology as they are 17 percent more likely than non-Hispanic whites to use mobile phones to access the Internet and 20 percent more likely to watch video on mobile devices.

The paper be found here, along with the news release:
Emily Talbot

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