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Broadband uptake in New Zealand: OECD numbers

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 14-Oct-2006 09:54

There you go. According to the last OECD Broadband statistics, New Zealand has got 479,000 broadband subscribers.

About 10.7% of our population are connected via DSL technologies, 0.5% use cable, and 0.6% use other technologies (satellite, cellular data).

These numbers put New Zealand in position #22 between Portugal and the Czech Republic.

The broadband (in % of population) uptake in this country, has been like this: 0.7% (2001), 1.6% (2002), 2.6% (2003), 4.7% (2004) and  8.1% (2005).

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