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New Profits from New Copper in Emerging Markets

ADSL broadband is a fixed-line connection technology provided over home telephone lines. Until 2010, ADSL access led to a rapid global growth of Internet users. And today there are still nearly 300 million DSL broadband users and almost 600 million lines of copper cables worldwide, with emerging markets accounting for approximately 70 percent of those lines. How can operators maximize their returns?

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