Regulator expects internet penetration to hit 65% this year

Tuesday 17 April 2012 | 03:39 CET | News
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) expects the household broadband penetration to rise to 65 percent this year from 62.9 percent last year. Demand for higher speed internet will continue to fuel broadband growth in fixed and mobile broadband sectors, Bernama reports citing MCMC chairman Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi. The broadband market is expected to grow to 75 percent penetration rate before reaching saturation level.

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Countries: Malaysia
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