Report: Growth in broadband subs to decline in 2009

01/6/2009 | Broadcasting & Cable

A new report issued by Pike & Fischer predicts broadband subscriber growth will decrease 12% in 2009, although officials at the company note that the statistics may vary greatly depending on the incoming administration's broadband policies. "Government initiatives, such as tax incentives and loan guarantees to help expand broadband infrastructure into underserved areas, could enable service providers to bolster their customer counts," Pike & Fischer broadband adviser Scott Sleek said.

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