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9 million Broadband connections reported for April 2010 in India: TRAI

According to figures released by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the number of broadband connections in the country has grown by 2.8 per cent at 9 million in April 2010, as compared to 8.75 million in March 2010.

The total number of broadband subscribers as on March 31, 2009 was 6.22 million and in addition there were 11.09 million internet subscribers. TRAI defines broadband as internet speed equal or greater than 256 Kbps download.

According to figures released by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the number of broadband connections in the country has grown by 2.8 per cent at 9 million in April 2010, as compared to 8.75 million in March 2010.

The total number of broadband subscribers as on March 31, 2009 was 6.22 million and in addition there were 11.09 million internet subscribers. TRAI defines broadband as internet speed equal or greater than 256 Kbps download.

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5 thoughts on “9 million Broadband connections reported for April 2010 in India: TRAI”

  1. It is still very low as
    It is still very low as compared with some of the other developed nations. In order to grow the number of broadband users in India the Govt. and the ISPs should further lower the prices of broadband access. Also Govt. should make some policies that help in the spread of broadband in rural areas also.

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