New data from SNL Kagan indicates that one in eight homes now have broadband service without traditional cable. According to the full report, roughly 13% of U.S. homes, or one in eight, subscribes to broadband service but do not subscribe to a traditional multichannel video bundle. There’s 15.4 million such homes in the United States as of the end of last year, up 2 million homes from the year before. SNL Kagan notes that 427,000 homes went broadband-only in the fourth quarter, an increase over the 395,000 such homes reported in the same period in 2015.

Source: 1 in 8 Homes Now Have Broadband But No Cable | DSLReports, ISP Information