TITLE

BT is most popular among new and switching broadband users

AUTHOR(S)
Armitt, Claire
PUB. DATE
August 2005
SOURCE
New Media Age;8/25/2005, p9
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents the results of a survey on the use by Internet users of broadband communication systems in 2005. Almost a fifth of users say that they are likely to change Internet service providers (ISP) over the next 12 months. Of these, 21% said they would switch to BT Broadband. Tiscali was the next most popular ISP for those considering changing, followed by America Online Inc., Bulldog, and Wanadoo. 64% of home Internet users now have broadband, up from 37% a year ago. A quarter of those with broadband have a wireless connection, while a third have speeds of 1 Megabite per second or more.
ACCESSION #
18345296

 

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