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Dialup (Narrowband) Decline Continues 2.2m Left
By: MarkJ - 22 August, 2007 (1:32 PM)

Point-Topic estimates that there are currently about 2.2 million dialup (narrowband) Internet access users left in the UK, dropping by 1.4m from 3.6m over the past six months.

It's expected that many of dialups remaining customers will continue to migrate towards broadband, potentially leaving just 1.5m left by the end of this year and 700,000 come the end of 2008.

According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS) recent May 2007 summary, dialup now accounts for just one in five of all connections.

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