USA - Broadband - Market Overview and Statistics 2003

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Last updated: 2 Aug 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 9

Synopsis

In 2001, the markets for broadband services did not explode in the manner that many had forecast in the previous years, but since then the growth has been steady, helped along by increasing competition between cable and DSL providers and the full support of market behemoths MSN and AOL. The USA remains the world’s largest broadband market with over 29 million lines in 2004, however, in terms of penetration it still lags behind a number of other developed countries. DSL and cable continue to dominate as fixed wireless and satellite services are relegated to niche markets where fixed-line solutions are not available.

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