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Re: Evolution of the 4th Utility: Fixed Broadband
Posted by: Brett Sappington 2017-10-17 19:19:54
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In-home broadband has become "the fourth utility" in United States households, many of which have multiple connected devices and viewing screens. More than 85 percent of U.S. homes have broadband service, according to Parks Associates, 93 percent of those have DSL, fiber or cable high-speed, fixed-line Internet services. The demand for high-speed fixed broadband is a key contributor to ongoing revenue and profitability for operators, particularly due to declines in pay-TV and landline voice subscribers.


Re: Evolution of the 4th Utility: Fixed Broadband
Posted by: WESTCables 2018-10-22 13:16:41 In reply to: Brett Sappington
Great statistically analyzed article on broadband, and yes its true that most of the US citizens use and prefer broadband network. Thanks for writing on it
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