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China now the world's leading broadband nation

New research from Point Topic shows that China overtook the US in high-speed and broadband lines in August, writes ClickZ. China is also adding new broadband subscribers at twice the rate of the US. In the US, the number of new broadband lines fell from 3.4m in Q4 2007 to 1.1m in Q2 2008. During the same period the number of new lines added in China rose from 3.5m in Q4 2007 to 5.0m in Q2 this year.
From ClickZ:, 14/10/2008
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Broadband Subscribers by Country, Q2 2007-Q2 2008

Digital Strategy data - Broadband Subscribers by Country, Q2 2007-Q2 2008 (M)

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Saturation of broadband subscribers per region

Digital Strategy data - Saturation of broadband subscribers per region

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Mobile phone networks overtake Wi-Fi on the move

Mobile phone networks are now more a more popular to access the Internet on the move than Wi-Fi, according to new research. Point Topic’s recent survey of mobile broadband users shows that the UK mobile phone companies have managed to grow their market share to 47% of users accessing the internet away from home or work. This compares to 42% who prefer Wi-Fi hotspots. A year earlier the ratio was 40:30 in favour of Wi-Fi.

25/09/2008  |  Full story...

Brits continue to spend more time online

New data from Point Topic shows that the British are staying online for longer, writes ENN. 86.6% of home internet users now spend at least 6 hours online each week, up from 83% at the end of last year (and 50% at the end of 2005). Amazingly 5% of those polled claim to spend over 80 hours a week online. According to the research 90% of broadband users go online to use e-mail and 60% to use auction sites such as eBay. In addition 40% of broadband users also download music, with 16% going online to watch TV or streaming video. 70% of all respondents also shop online (from 65% in 2006).
From ENN:, 27/09/2007
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US online adspend to overtake newspaper advertising by 2011

According to the annual media sector study from Veronis Suhler Stevenson (VSS) online advertising will surpass newspaper adspend by 2011, writes The Financial Times. VSS expect online to grow over 21% per year to reach $62bn (£30.63bn) in 2011 against a predicted figure of $60bn (£29.64bn) for newspaper advertising.
From ENN:, 07/08/2007
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