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EU fixed broadband lines grow 10.7% to 120 million - study

Wednesday 18 November 2009 | 14:08 CET | News
The European Union has seen a growth of more than 11 million fixed broadband connections between July 2008 and July 2009, ending the month with a broadband penetration of 24 percent compared with 21.6 percent in July 2008, according to a report published by the European Commission. The report also shows that mobile broadband is gaining momentum in Europe, with a 54 percent increase since January and now at a penetration rate of 4.2 percent per 100 citizens. Last but not least, broadband internet connections in Europe are increasingly faster. 80 percent of broadband lines in the EU now have

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