The Broadband Commission has imposed four clear, the latest target for developing broadband policy worldwide and for improving affordability as well as broadband uptake:
Target 1: Making the Policy of Broadband Universal. By the year 2015, all nations all over the worlds must have a nationwide broadband strategy or a plan or includes in their Service Definition and Universal Access.
Target 2: Making this Service Affordable and Easy to Obtain. By the year 2015, entry level broadband facilities must be made reasonably in making countries inadequate regulation as well as market forces that is amounting to 5 % or less than of monthly average income.
Target 3: Connecting Homes to Broadband. By the year 2015, 40 to 50 % of families in developing nations must have internet access.
Target 4: Getting all People Online. By the year 2015, Internet consumer penetration much reach 60 percent globally, and 50 percent in developing regions as well as 155 in LDCs.
By the year 2015, broadband services must be made affordable in third world countries insufficient regulation. The cost of broadband access is important in relation to broadband diffusion. While broadband nowadays is turning out to be more reasonable worldwide, with costs falling anywhere, it nonetheless keeps expensive in various parts of developing countries.
Access to the internet or broadband at home is the inclusive means of bringing individual online. At home all family members can have connection, it doesn’t matter whether they go to school, work, regardless of sexual preferences, adults, children or elderly.