Broadband May Become More Popular Than TV for Many in U.S

December 2007
Portable Design;Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p13
The article offers information on the research findings on the market behavior of broadband services in the U.S. households. Research firm In-Stat Inc. reports on the foreseen growth of households preferring to use broadband services more than they use their television (TV). Households consider to use broadband seeing the availability of high-quality content online and getting every information from the Internet while reducing monthly bills. The survey further discloses the plan of 30% of the respondent to drop subscription TV and use the Internet for TV. In addition, it is found out that respondents regard the use of broadband observing that TV delivery systems offer not enough international news and information.


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