Dutch broadband market grows 0.8% to 6.4 mln lines in Q1

Tuesday 29 May 2012 | 09:12 CET | News
The Dutch broadband market grew by almost 48,500 connections or 0.8 percent during the first quarter of 2012, to a total 6.43 million lines, according to the latest research from Telecompaper. A 2.1 percent quarterly decrease in DSL connections to 3.21 million was offset by 2.8 percent growth in cable broadband connections during the quarter, to 2.86 million. The number of FTTH/B connections also grew by almost 13 percent during Q1, giving the technology a 5.5 percent market share. KPN was still the largest broadband provider in the Netherlands with a 39.1 percent market share at the end of

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Categories: Internet
Companies: KPN / Tele2 Netherlands / Telecompaper / Telfort / T-Mobile Netherlands / T-Mobile Online / UPC Netherlands / VodafoneZiggo / XS4ALL / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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