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Tunisian ADSL subscribers grew by 73% in 2009

04-23-2010 10:04 AM CET | Media & Telecommunications

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In Tunisia, the broadband market is still growing. There were 367.000 ADSL connections, compared to 313.000in Q3 2009 and 212.000 in 2008. It represents a 73% growth YoY.

With 3.5 million internet users in 2009, the potential of the market is significant. Tunisie Telecom is the incumbent operator that provides broadband services to Tunisian households. ISPs available in Tunisa are : Globalnet, Hexabyte, Planet, Topnet and Tunet. Monthly rates are between US$10.6 to US$35.3, depending on the bandwith.

DATAXIS, is an international market research and statistical intelligence company that covers 4 play markets worldwide. Our online database: www.dataxis.com contains detailed and up to date data on subscribers, revenues and ARPUs as well as annual forecasts on major operators and technology suppliers. Our news website: www.dataxisnews.com is a great tool to keep telecom professional up to date on the latest developments of the industry. In addition, we also publish our own analyses and Press Releases, under the Dataxis Views Section, that cover different regions worldwide: Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and Latin America.

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