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Research firm Point Topic says that the total number of broadband lines reached 164 million as of 31 March 2005, an increase of 52 million lines since March 2004. In last six months, 28 million lines were added. US is still the world’s largest broadband country […]

Research firm Point Topic says that the total number of broadband lines reached 164 million as of 31 March 2005, an increase of 52 million lines since March 2004. In last six months, 28 million lines were added. US is still the world’s largest broadband country with 36.5 million lines, and China remains in second place with 28.3 million lines. Broadband penetration in some European countries is beginning to catch up with South Korea.

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