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Dutch broadband grows 0.8% in Q3, despite drop in DSL users

Friday 4 December 2009 | 12:33 CET | News
The Dutch broadband market grew by 0.8 percent or 38,300 net additions during the third quarter of 2009, to reach 5.996 million connections on 30 September, despite DSL losing 12,700 customers, according to Telecompaper's Dutch Broadband Q3 2009 report. The number of DSL connections dropped by 0.4 percent during the quarter, to reach a total of 3.542 million on 30 September 2009. At the same time, cable broadband reported 1.5 percent growth to 2.294 million customers, and FTTH broadband saw its customer base grow by almost 12 percent to around 160,000. The Dutch broadband (including FTTH)

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Categories: Internet
Companies: KPN / Telecompaper / UPC / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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