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Broadband Subscribers Reaching 300 Million Worldwide

According to a recent report by Point Topic, there were 298 million broadband subscribers worldwide as of the end of March 2007 — and assumed to have passed 300 million by now.

From the report: "The USA remains the largest broadband country in the world and passed its own milestone, exceeding 60 million subscribers (growing to 60.4 million) in the quarter with 2.9 million new broadband additions. China continues to push hard for the top spot however and has cut the gap to the US from 5.8 million at the end of 2006 to 4.1 million at end of March 2007."

The top 10 listed countries by most number of subscribers are USA, China, Japan, Germany, France, South Korea, UK, Italy, Canada, and Spain.

Read full story: silicon.com

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