Tuesday, May 09, 2006

No PC and No need for Internet

Gary Kim, Editor in Chief of VoIP Business News, blogs: "Recently there has been some evidence that the rate of growth for U.S. Internet connections of all types has slowed. One problem is simply that 31 million households don’t have a computer in them, which obviously limits appetite for broadband. According to Parks Associates, there are currently 39 million homes without Internet access, and among these, only eight million own a computer, an obvious prerequisite for Internet adoption."

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