Summary:

The total US Internet access services market is tipping $35 billion, reports In-Stat/MDR and will grow by high single digits, indicating that we are entering a mature phase of the business. Of the total revenues, consumer access services generated nearly two-thirds of the revenue. Broadband generated […]

The total US Internet access services market is tipping $35 billion, reports In-Stat/MDR and will grow by high single digits, indicating that we are entering a mature phase of the business. Of the total revenues, consumer access services generated nearly two-thirds of the revenue. Broadband generated 50% of revenues in 2003, and will account for over 71% by the end of 2008. Another proof, dial-up is dying a slow lingering death. AOL get your ass moving dudes!

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