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North American Broadband Tracker: First Quarter 2015
During Q1 2015, North America’s residential broadband subscriber market increased by an estimated 13 million subscribers or 37% compared to Q1 2014
During Q1 2015, North America’s residential broadband subscriber market increased by an estimated million subscribers or % compared to Q1 2014
In the US, an estimated million subscribers were added to end Q1 2015 with an estimated million subscribers
Cable operators had the most net additions during the quarter, followed by FTTx and satellite; DSL reported a net loss of almost subscribers, who likely switched to higher-capacity cable or FTTx services
Canada’s broadband market ended the first quarter with an estimated million subscribers—an increase of compared to first quarter of 2014
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