Cable & Telecom

Broadband subscribers reach 235 million in OECD at end of 2007: report

PARIS – The number of broadcast subscribers in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) reached 235 million at December 2007, an increase of 18% from 200 million subscribers a year earlier, according to a report on broadband penetration released Monday. The growth means that 20 of 100 inhabitants subscribed to broadband in December 2007 versus 16.9 of 100 a year earlier. The report notes that Denmark, the Netherlands, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Finland, Korea and Sweden lead the OECD with broadband penetration well above the OECD average, each surpassing the threshold of 30 subscribers per 100 inhabitants. The strongest...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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