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The total number of North American residential broadband subscribers grew by 330,000 in 3Q 2014, to a total of nearly x million. Compared to 3Q 2013, total subscriber numbers increased by x % in the US, and by x % in Canada.
•In the US, the number of DSL subscribers fell by x , to a total of about x 2 million; and revenue fell by $ x million—both compared to 3Q 2013. Subscriber numbers and revenues increased for cable, FTTX and satellite broadband services.
•In Canada, all four segments gained subscribers and revenue, compared to 3Q 2013. DSL services continued to gain subscriber market share at the expense of cable-based providers, while FTTX and satellite shares held steady.
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