In America, six-tenths of poor households have no wired Internet access. This gap in communication exaggerates economic equality. However, this doesn’t hold true across the globe. Internet in the U.S., while slower in speed, can cost anywhere from twice as much to five times as much as in places like London, Paris, and Seoul.
In this infographic, InternetProviders.com takes a look at Internet around the globe and ways in which America can cut out the lag and catch up with the rest of the world.