OECD broadband subscriptions grow 13% in 2008

Friday 22 May 2009 | 10:39 CET | News
The number of broadband subscribers in the OECD reached 267 million in December 2008, or the equivalent of 22.6 subscribers per 100 inhabitants, according to latest statistics from the OECD. The number of broadband subscriptions grew 13 percent during 2008. The economic crisis has not significantly slowed broadband adoption. In fact, broadband growth during the last six months of the year was slightly stronger at 6.23 percent than in the first six months at 6.16 percent. The strongest per-capita subscriber growth over the year was in the Slovak Republic, Greece, New Zealand, Norway, Germany,

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