The fastest way to impact Socioeconomic growth is via the internet. Internet access has become essential to economic growth, education and health care. Through the years in more advanced countries the internet has and continues to directly influence economic growth and medical advancements. It has clearly proven to be a direct result in increased GDP, life expectancy, literacy and levels of employment in every country with good internet penetration.
Affordable broadband enhances job places, its employees and attracts new businesses to areas. It gives children the required computer skills to succeed in secondary school, university and the work force. It expands opportunities for telecommuting and breakthroughs in Tele-medicine.