Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development published worldwide broadband rankings. In Iceland, 26.7% of citizens have broadband connection, compared with 25.4% in South Korea, 25.3% in the Netherlands and 25% in Denmark. The number of broadband subscriptions throughout the OECD countries grew to 158 mln by December 2005 from 136 mln in June 2005. This is an average of 13.6 subscribers per 100 inhabitants in the entire OECD. The United States, with 16.8% broadband penetration, counted 49.39 mln subscribers in 2005, compared with 22.52 mln in Japan which has 17.6% penetration.