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The speed of residential broadband connections in the US continues to increase. This report, In-Stat's third annual survey of broadband speeds, shows that downstream bandwidth to the home increased by 28% in 2009.

This report provides survey results from US broadband subscribers about the amount of bandwidth currently available to their home. It details the type of broadband access technology (i.e., cable modem, DSL, FTTH, etc.) being used, the company providing the service, the download and upload speeds of the subscribers' broadband connection, how much they are paying for broadband service, and whether or not they also have a mobile wireless broadband connection.

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