2009 Asian - Broadband Market

Publication Overview

 

This market report provides a comprehensive overview of the broadband Internet segment of the telecom market across the various economies of Asia.

 

Researchers:- Lisa Hulme-Jones & Peter Evans

Current publication date:- December 2009 (6th Edition)

Next publication date:- December 2010

Executive Summary

Asia makes a strong claim to be leading the world when it comes to the development of broadband Internet. In fact, after the mobile market, broadband has been the fastest growing telecom market segment in Asia. The energetic expansion of broadband, however, has remained more of a phenomenon limited to the developed economies, with narrowband dial-up access continuing to be the norm in most of the poorer developing countries of the region. Of course, this is starting to change, with a number of interesting examples breaking the trend, but for the moment, there remains a ‘digital gap’. In those economies where the broadband market is taking off, both DSL and cable modem platforms have both proved popular, but DSL has established a clear advantage. With DSL dominating the world market, Asia has become the leading region in the world for DSL, with about 38% of the global DSL subscribers. More recently, we have seen the advent of FttH as an alternative platform for broadband access in Asia. In the leading technology markets of Japan and South Korea, FttH has already started displacing other forms of high speed Internet access.

 

With broadband Internet continuing to take Asia by storm, the region’s broadband market finds itself dominated by six players. These ‘High’ ranked markets are predominantly the economies of North Asia. South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau, Taiwan and Japan, for the moment at least, have left the rest of the region behind in terms of both penetration and sophistication of their broadband services and infrastructure.

 

And of these, South Korea is the most remarkable example of the Asian broadband revolution. With a broadband subscriber penetration of over 32%, close to 85% of households in the country have a high speed broadband Internet connection.

 

South Korea – broadband subscribers and households – June 2009

Category

Subscribers

Broadband subscribers:

 

·         Total No. of subscribers

15,876,990

·         Annual growth

3.5%

·         Broadband (population) penetration

32.7%

·         Proportion of all Internet subscribers

98%

Broadband households:

 

·         No. of residential broadband subscribers(e)

14,290,000

·         Proportion of all households

85%

(Source: BuddeComm based on industry data)

 

Although the regional broadband market is dominated by a relatively small number of countries in Asia Pacific, there continues to be considerable activity in the Internet and online markets across Asia. In terms of sheer broadband Internet numbers, China (over 90 million broadband subscribers) is already making its presence felt as a player, despite its relatively modest user penetration when measured against the leading markets.

 

Again, we see those economies that fall outside the top band of Asian Internet markets. In terms of broadband household penetration two distinct lower groupings appear. The countries in the second band – roughly between 5% and 20% household penetration – are found to be busily in expansion mode when it comes to their Internet market segments. But there is a clear gap - more than 30% on the household penetration scale - to be bridged before they claim a position in the top grouping. With Malaysia and Vietnam playing significant roles in this middle group, we typically find that in the last few years both operators and governments in these markets have started to give priority to expanding Internet access and speed. There are a few newcomers to this group, too, the standout one being Kazakhstan, where the broadband market has been growing at an annual rate in excess of 200%. Of course, as noted already we find China in this grouping as it battles to provide Internet access for its huge population.

 

In the third grouping – those markets with a user penetration 2% or less - we find those countries that, for whatever reason, have not yet ‘got their act together’ when it comes to Internet. Of course, some are performing relatively well under difficult circumstances. Indonesia has major infrastructure challenges to overcome in providing Internet to its citizens across a sprawling archipelago. India, like China, is struggling with its huge population and has focused on its mobile telephony services. At the bottom end of the scale, however, we find a number of countries that simply have to manage with poor telecom infrastructure and generally underdeveloped regulatory regimes.

 

Asia’s broadband – markets ranked by household penetration - June 2009

Market ranking

Penetration range

(as proportion of all households)

Market (household penetration)

High

>50%

South Korea (85%)

Singapore (82%)

Hong Kong (80%)

Macau (72%)

Taiwan (64%)

Japan (54%)

Medium

2-40%

Malaysia (21%)

China (20%)

Brunei (18%)

Maldives (15%)

Kazakhstan (15%)

Vietnam (12%)

Philippines (10%)

Thailand (8%)

Georgia (4%)

Low

0-2%

Azerbaijan (2%)

India (2%)

Indonesia (1%)

+ 18 other countries in Asia

(Source: BuddeComm, estimates)

 

Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Afghanistan
    • 1.1 Broadband Statistics
    • 1.2 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
    • 1.3 E-health
  • 2. Armenia
    • 2.1 Overview
    • 2.2 Broadband Statistics
    • 2.3 Wimax
    • 2.4 VoIP
    • 2.5 Armenian Datacom Company (ADC)
  • 3. Azerbaijan
    • 3.1 Overview
    • 3.2 Broadband statistics
    • 3.3 WiMAX
  • 4. Bangladesh
    • 4.1 Overview
    • 4.2 Broadband Infrastructure
      • 4.2.1 Next Generation Networks (NGNs)
      • 4.2.2 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
    • 4.3 VoIP
    • 4.4 Wireless broadband
      • 4.4.1 WiMAX licences
    • 4.5 E-commerce
    • 4.6 Cyber law
  • 5. Bhutan
    • 5.1 Overview
    • 5.2 Samden Tech
  • 6. Brunei Darussalam
    • 6.1 Overview
    • 6.2 Broadband statistics
  • 7. Cambodia
    • 7.1 Overview
    • 7.2 Broadband statistics
    • 7.3 MediaRing’s acquisition of AngkorNet
  • 8. China
    • 8.1 Overview
    • 8.2 Broadband statistics
    • 8.3 Broadband forecasts
    • 8.4 Broadband networks
      • 8.4.1 Overview
      • 8.4.2 Cable modems
      • 8.4.3 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
      • 8.4.4 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
      • 8.4.5 Broadband over Powerline (BPL)
      • 8.4.6 Wireless broadband
    • 8.5 IP telephony/VoIP
      • 8.5.1 Market overview
    • 8.6 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
      • 8.6.1 Market overview
      • 8.6.2 Gigabit Ethernet/FTTx+LAN
  • 9. Georgia
    • 9.1 Overview
    • 9.2 Broadband statistics
    • 9.3 Georgia Online
    • 9.4 SaNet
    • 9.5 WiMAX
  • 10. Hong Kong
    • 10.1 Overview
    • 10.2 Broadband statistics
    • 10.3 Cable modems
    • 10.4 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
    • 10.5 Regulatory issues
    • 10.6 Digital 21 IT Strategy
      • 10.6.1 Cyberport project
    • 10.7 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
    • 10.8 Major broadband operators
      • 10.8.1 i-Cable Communications (Hong Kong Cable Television Ltd)
      • 10.8.2 Hong Kong Broadband Network Services (City Telecom - CTInets)
      • 10.8.3 PCCW
      • 10.8.4 CPCNet Hong Kong (PSINet Hong Kong Ltd)
      • 10.8.5 Pacnet (Pacific Internet)
      • 10.8.6 SmarTone Broadband Services
  • 11. India
    • 11.1 Overview
    • 11.2 Broadband statistics
    • 11.3 Market development
    • 11.4 National Broadband Policy 2004
    • 11.5 Personal computers
    • 11.6 Cable modems
    • 11.7 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 11.8 Wireless broadband
      • 11.8.1 WiMAX
    • 11.9 Satellite
      • 11.9.1 DirecPC
      • 11.9.2 Bharti Broadband Networks
      • 11.9.3 Reliance broadband network
    • 11.10 Broadband over Powerline (BPL)
    • 11.11 Other broadband networks
  • 12. Indonesia
    • 12.1 Broadband statstics
    • 12.2 First Media
    • 12.3 TelkomNet
    • 12.4 Wireless broadband
      • 12.4.1 WiMAX
      • 12.4.2 Wireless LANs (WLAN)
      • 12.4.3 Internet via satellite
  • 13. Japan
    • 13.1 Overview
    • 13.2 Broadband statistics
    • 13.3 Next Generation Broadband Strategy FY2010
    • 13.4 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
    • 13.5 Cable modems
    • 13.6 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 13.7 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
    • 13.8 P2P Network Experiment Council
    • 13.9 Broadband charges
    • 13.10 Wireless broadband
      • 13.10.1 Wireless LAN (WLAN)
      • 13.10.2 World Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX)
      • 13.10.3 Internet via satellite
  • 14. Kazakhstan
    • 14.1 Overview
    • 14.2 Broadband Statistics
    • 14.3 Kazakhstan Online
    • 14.4 Nursat
  • 15. Kyrgyzstan
    • 15.1 Broadband Statistics
  • 16. Laos
    • 16.1 Overview
    • 16.2 Broadband statistics
    • 16.3 Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX)
    • 16.4 VoIP telephony
  • 17. Macau
    • 17.1 Overview
    • 17.2 Broadband statistics
  • 18. Malaysia
    • 18.1 Overview
      • 18.1.1 National Broadband Plan (NBP)
      • 18.1.2 National high-speed broadband network
    • 18.2 Broadband statistics
    • 18.3 Broadband development and infrastructure
    • 18.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 18.5 Wireless broadband
      • 18.5.1 WiMAX
    • 18.6 Broadband Powerline (BPL)
    • 18.7 Internet via satellite
    • 18.8 National IPv6 Council
  • 19. Maldives
    • 19.1 Overview
    • 19.2 Broadband statistics
  • 20. Mongolia
    • 20.1 Broadband Statistics
  • 21. Myanmar
    • 21.1 Broadband statistics
    • 21.2 Internet cafes
    • 21.3 WiMAX
  • 22. Nepal
    • 22.1 Broadband statistics
    • 22.2 WiFi network for remote villages
  • 23. Pakistan
    • 23.1 Overview
    • 23.2 Broadband statistics
      • 23.2.1 Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL)
    • 23.3 Cable modem
    • 23.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 23.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
    • 23.6 Wireless broadband
      • 23.6.1 WiMAX
      • 23.6.2 Internet via satellite
  • 24. Philippines
    • 24.1 Broadband statistics
    • 24.2 Regulatory issues
    • 24.3 National Broadband Network (NBN)
    • 24.4 Cable modem
    • 24.5 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 24.6 Wireless broadband
      • 24.6.1 Market overview
      • 24.6.2 WiFi
      • 24.6.3 WiMAX
    • 24.7 Major broadband service providers
      • 24.7.1 PLDT
      • 24.7.2 GlobeNet
      • 24.7.3 BayanTel
      • 24.7.4 Bell Telecom’s I-Direct
      • 24.7.5 Broadband Philippines
      • 24.7.6 Meridian
    • 24.8 Internet via satellite
    • 24.9 IP networks
  • 25. Singapore
    • 25.1 Market overview
    • 25.2 Broadband statistics
    • 25.3 Broadband Multimedia Network – Singapore One
      • 25.3.1 Singapore One project overview
      • 25.3.2 Singapore One project development
    • 25.4 Next Generation National Infocomm Infrastructure (Next Gen NII)
      • 25.4.1 Planning phase
      • 25.4.2 Proposal phase
      • 25.4.3 Network Company (NetCo)
      • 25.4.4 Operating Company (OpCo)
    • 25.5 Broadband service providers
    • 25.6 Cable modems
    • 25.7 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 25.8 Powerline broadband
    • 25.9 Internet via satellite
    • 25.10 IP-Virtual Private Network (IP-VPN)
    • 25.11 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
    • 25.12 Wireless broadband
      • 25.12.1 Allocation of wireless broadband spectrum
      • 25.12.2 Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS)
      • 25.12.3 WiFi
      • 25.12.4 The Wireless@SG initiative
      • 25.12.5 Ultra-Wideband (UWB)
      • 25.12.6 Wired with Wireless Program
  • 26. South Korea
    • 26.1 Overview
    • 26.2 Broadband statistics
    • 26.3 Growth drivers
    • 26.4 Broadband convergence Network (BcN)
    • 26.5 Major broadband ISPs
      • 26.5.1 Broadband ISP market leaders
    • 26.6 Broadband services
      • 26.6.1 Overview
    • 26.7 Cable modem
    • 26.8 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 26.9 Apartment LAN (A-LAN)
    • 26.10 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
      • 26.10.1 Analysis – Asia bucking the FttH trend
    • 26.11 Wireless broadband
      • 26.11.1 Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) / Wireless Fidelity (WiFi)
      • 26.11.2 Broadband Wireless Local Loop (B-WLL)
      • 26.11.3 Wireless Broadband (WiBro)
      • 26.11.4 WiMAX
      • 26.11.5 Broadband via satellite
      • 26.11.6 Wireless mesh networks
    • 26.12 Broadband charges
  • 27. Sri Lanka
    • 27.1 Overview
    • 27.2 Broadband statistics
    • 27.3 School Net project
    • 27.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 27.5 Wireless broadband / WiMAX
    • 27.6 Fibre to the Building (FttB)
  • 28. Taiwan
    • 28.1 Overview
    • 28.2 Broadband statistics
    • 28.3 Government initiatives for broadband
    • 28.4 DSL
    • 28.5 Cable modems
    • 28.6 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
    • 28.7 Video-on-Demand (VoD)
  • 29. Tajikistan
    • 29.1 Overview
  • 30. Thailand
    • 30.1 Overview
    • 30.2 Broadband statistics
    • 30.3 Background to development
      • 30.3.1 TOT initiative
      • 30.3.2 Response by other players
      • 30.3.3 Opening up of international Internet gateway market
    • 30.4 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 30.5 Cable modem
    • 30.6 Internet via satellite
    • 30.7 Wireless Internet
      • 30.7.1 Early wireless Internet access services
      • 30.7.2 WiFi
      • 30.7.3 WiMAX
    • 30.8 Broadband over Powerline (BPL)
    • 30.9 Major broadband operators
      • 30.9.1 True Online
      • 30.9.2 TOT
      • 30.9.3 CAT
      • 30.9.4 Triple T Broadband / Jasmine
      • 30.9.5 Advance Datanetwork Communications (ADC)
  • 31. Uzbekistan
    • 31.1 overview
    • 31.2 Broadband statistics
    • 31.3 WiMAX
  • 32. Vietnam
    • 32.1 Overview
    • 32.2 Broadband statistics
    • 32.3 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • 32.4 Cable modems
    • 32.5 Wireless broadband
    • 32.6 Satellite Internet
    • Table 1 – Broadband subscribers in Afghanistan – 2004 - 2009
    • Table 2 – Broadband subscribers in Armenia – 2003 - 2008
    • Table 3 – Broadband subscribers in Azerbaijan – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 4 – Broadband subscriber growth in Brunei Darussalam – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 5 – Broadband subscribers and households in Brunei Darussalam - 2008
    • Table 6 – Broadband subscribers in Cambodia – 2005 - 2008
    • Table 7 – Total international Internet bandwidth in Cambodia – 1999 - 2008
    • Table 8 – Broadband subscribers and annual change – 2000 - 2009
    • Table 9 – Broadband subscribers and growth by access type – March 2009
    • Table 10 – Broadband subscribers and households – March 2009
    • Table 11 – China Telecom broadband subscribers and annual change – 2003 - 2008
    • Table 12 – China Netcom broadband subscribers and annual change – 2003 - 2008
    • Table 13 – Cable modem Internet subscribers and annual change in China – 2000 - 2008
    • Table 14 – DSL Internet subscribers in China – 2000 - 2008
    • Table 15 – Registered Tom-Skype users in China – 2005 - 2008
    • Table 16 – FttB and FttH subscribers – 2006 - 2012
    • Table 17 – Broadband subscribers in Georgia – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 18 – DSL subscribers – 1999 – 2009
    • Table 19 – Broadband subscribers by operator – 2007 - 2009
    • Table 20 – Broadband Internet access subscribers – 2000 - 2009
    • Table 21 – Broadband subscribers by access type and annual change – June 2009
    • Table 22 – Broadband subscribers and households - August 2009
    • Table 23 – Broadband Internet traffic volume – 2000 - 2009
    • Table 24 – Online purchasing in Hong Kong – June 2008
    • Table 25 – Cable modem subscribers in Hong Kong – 2003 - 2008
    • Table 26 – i-Cable broadband & VoIP subscribers, penetration & ARPU – 2000 - 2008
    • Table 27 – i-Cable cable TV subscribers, penetration and ARPU – 1995 - 2009
    • Table 28 – HKBN triple play subscribers, ARPU and IDD traffic volume – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 29 – PCCW broadband subscribers – 2000 – 2009
    • Table 30 – PCCW NOW TV subscribers and ARPU – 2003 – 2009
    • Table 31 – Pacific Internet subscribers by access type – 2003 - 2006
    • Table 32 – Broadband subscribers in India – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 33 – Broadband subscribers and households in India - 2008
    • Table 34 – Broadband subscribers by access and annual change in India – 2008
    • Table 35 – Broadband subscribers and market share by access in India – 2008
    • Table 36 – Broadband and Internet subscriber targets in India – 2005; 2007; 2010
    • Table 37 – Cable modem subscribers in India – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 38 – DSL subscribers in India – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 39 – Broadband subscribers in Indonesia – 2000 - 2008
    • Table 40 – DSL subscribers in Indonesia – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 41 – Broadband subscribers and households in Indonesia - 2008
    • Table 42 – PT Telkom broadband subscribers – 2004 - 2008
    • Table 43 – Broadband subscribers by access type in Japan – 1998 - 2008
    • Table 44 – Broadband subscriber annual change & market share by access type in Japan – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 45 – Broadband subscribers and households in Japan - June 2008
    • Table 46 – Broadband subscribers and annual change by access type in Japan – September 2008
    • Table 47 – Broadband subscribers and market share by access type in Japan – June 2008
    • Table 48 – Types of Internet connection using a home PC (households) in Japan – March 2008
    • Table 49 – Types of Internet terminal access (individuals) in Japan – March 2008
    • Table 50 – Internet subscribers and penetration rate in Japan – 2003 - 2008
    • Table 51 – Broadband household subscribers and service availability in Japan – 2006 - 2007; 2011
    • Table 52 – VoIP subscribers and annual change in Japan – 2004 - 2008
    • Table 53 – VoIP subscribers and market share by operator in Japan – June 2008
    • Table 54 – DSL subscribers and market share by provider in Japan – June 2008
    • Table 55 – FttH subscribers and market share by provider in Japan – June 2008
    • Table 56 – Tariffs for broadband services in Japan – 2008
    • Table 57 – Broadband subscribers in Kazakhstan – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 58 – Broadband subscribers in Kyrgyzstan – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 59 – Broadband subscribers in Laos – 2002 - 2008
    • Table 60 – Overview of broadband/household subscribers in Laos – 2008
    • Table 61 – Broadband subscribers by access type in Laos – 2008
    • Table 62 – ISPs: broadband Internet subscribers and access types in Laos – 2008
    • Table 63 – Broadband subscribers and households in Macau - 2009
    • Table 64 – Broadband subscribers in Macau – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 65 – DSL subscribers in Macau – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 66 – NBP broadband penetration targets in Malaysia – 2007 - 2010
    • Table 67 – Broadband subscribers in Malaysia – 2002 - 2009
    • Table 68 – Broadband subscribers by access type in Malaysia – 2008
    • Table 69 – Broadband subscribers and households in Malaysia – 2008
    • Table 70 – Telekom Malaysia broadband subscribers – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 71 – Wireless hotspots and hotspot subscribers in Malaysia – 2005 - 2009
    • Table 72 – Broadband Internet subscribers in Maldives – 2002 - 2009
    • Table 73 – Broadband subscribers in Mongolia – 2005 - 2008
    • Table 74 – Cable TV subscribers by technology in Mongolia – 2005 - 2008
    • Table 75 – Broadband subscribers in Myanmar – 2005 - 2008
    • Table 76 – International Internet bandwidth in Myanmar – 2000 - 2007
    • Table 77 – Broadband subscribers in Nepal – 2007 - 2009
    • Table 78 – Broadband subscribers in Pakistan – 2004 - 2008
    • Table 79 – Broadband subscribers by type in Pakistan – 2008
    • Table 80 – DSL broadband subscribers in Pakistan – 2005 - 2008
    • Table 81 – Broadband subscribers in Philippines – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 82 – Broadband subscribers and households in Philippines - 2008
    • Table 83 – Broadband subscribers by service provider in Philippines – March 2008
    • Table 84 – DSL subscribers in Philippines – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 85 – PLDT broadband subscribers and market share – 2005 - 2009
    • Table 86 – PLDT DSL subscribers – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 87 – Broadband subscribers in Singapore – 1999 - 2009
    • Table 88 – Overview of broadband/household subscribers in Singapore – January 2009
    • Table 89 – Broadband subscribers by sector in Singapore – January 2009
    • Table 90 – Broadband market share by access type in Singapore – 2008
    • Table 91 – Broadband subscribers, annual change & market share by major provider in Singapore – 2008
    • Table 92 – StarHub broadband subscribers – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 93 – Cable modem subscribers in Singapore – 2000 - 2009
    • Table 94 – DSL subscribers in Singapore – 2000 - 2009
    • Table 95 – Broadband subscriber growth and penetration in South Korea – 1998 - 2009
    • Table 96 – Broadband subscribers and annual growth by access type in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 97 – Broadband subscribers and households in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 98 – Broadband Internet subscribers by system in South Korea – 1998 - 2009
    • Table 99 – Broadband market share by operator in South Korea – September 2008
    • Table 100 – BcN implementation goals in households/subscribers in South Korea – 2005; 2007; 2010
    • Table 101 – Broadband subscribers and market share – major providers in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 102 – Broadband subscribers by access type in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 103 – Cable modem subscribers in South Korea – 2000 - 2009
    • Table 104 – Cable modem (HFC) subscribers by service provider in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 105 – DSL subscribers in South Korea – 1999 - 2009
    • Table 106 – DSL subscribers by service provider in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 107 – A-LAN subscribers by service provider in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 108 – FttH subscribers by service provider in South Korea – March 2009
    • Table 109 – South Korea FttH / FttB subscribers – 2005 - 2011
    • Table 110 – Wireless Internet subscribers by service provider in South Korea – June 2008
    • Table 111 – KT’s WiBro subscribers – 2006 - 2008
    • Table 112 – Broadband subscribers in Sri Lanka – 2002 - 2009
    • Table 113 – Broadband subscribers and households in Sri Lanka - 2008
    • Table 114 – Broadband subscribers, penetration & proportion of Internet subscribers in Taiwan – 2000 - 2008
    • Table 115 – Broadband subscribers and households in Taiwan - September 2008
    • Table 116 – Broadband subscribers and annual change by access in Taiwan – September 2008
    • Table 117 – DSL subscribers in Taiwan – 2001 - 2008
    • Table 118 – Chunghwa Telecom DSL subscribers – 2001 – 2008
    • Table 119 – Chunghwa Telecom HiNet subscriber and ARPU – 2004 - 2008
    • Table 120 – Chunghwa Telecom broadband charges for ADSL and FTTx – January 2009
    • Table 121 – Breakdown of xDSL and cable download speeds in Taiwan – 2007
    • Table 122 – Broadband subscribers in Thailand – 2001 - 2009
    • Table 123 – Broadband subscribers and households in Thailand - 2009
    • Table 124 – Major broadband operators and subscribers in Thailand – 2008
    • Table 125 – DSL subscribers in Thailand – 2002 - 2009
    • Table 126 – True’s broadband subscribers – 2001; 2002; 2004 - 2009
    • Table 127 – TOT’s broadband subscribers – 2007 - 2009
    • Table 128 – TOT broadband Internet ports in service – 2008
    • Table 129 – Triple T Broadband’s subscribers – 2004; 2007 - 2009
    • Table 130 – Broadband subscribers in Uzbekistan – 2003 - 2008
    • Table 131 – Broadband subscribers in Vietnam – 2003 - 2009
    • Table 132 – Broadband subscribers and household overview in Vietnam - 2008
    • Table 133 – DSL subscribers in Vietnam – 2003 - 2008
    • Exhibit 1 – Telemedicine in Afghanistan – June 2007
    • Exhibit 2 – Wireless broadband developments developments and trials
    • Exhibit 3 – Representative charges per service in Tokyo – 2008
    • Exhibit 4 – Confusion surrounding DSL statistics in South Korea
    • Exhibit 5 – Estimated B-WLL frequencies, bandwidth and applications in South Korea
    • Exhibit 6 – LMCS network operators in South Korea
    • Exhibit 7 – Representative charges per service in Seoul – 2008
    • Exhibit 8 – Meaningful Broadband Working Group in Thailand – 2009

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Number of pages: 195

Status: Archived

Last update: 21 December 2009
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