The number of Brazilians with Internet access in Brazil climbed to 105.1 million in the second quarter of this year, according to data from IBOPE Media. The value is 3% higher than the 102.3 million recorded in the previous three months in 2013.
Remember that this survey takes into account web access anywhere, such as home, work, lan house, school, public place, among others.
Additionally, IBOPE reported that 79.5 million Brazilians have used the Internet at home or at work in the third quarter of this year, growth of 3.8% over the second quarter, when 76.6 million were recorded.
Growing residential access
The study also shows that Brazil increased by nearly 20 million people with Internet access at home between 2011 and 2013. During this period, the number of "internet home" was 57.9 million to 76 million people, an increase of 32%.
With this, Brazil surpasses currently countries like Germany, with 65 million people with access at home, and France, with 50 million. But lags behind the U.S., with 247 million people with internet at home, and Japan, with 86 million.