US Service Providers Spent More Than $250B on Business Expansion

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US Service Providers Spent More Than $250B on Business Expansion US Service Providers Spent More Than $250B on Business ExpansionUS Service Providers Spent More Than $250B on Business Expansion


22 May 2011

Since 2008, telcos, cable and wireless operators have totally spent $250 billion in order to expand wireline and mobile broadband availability to customers in the US.
Three main telecom associations (the US Telecom Association, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) and CTIA) have recently released a report concerning telecom industry: the $250 billion figure is just a part of data released.
Industry experts predict that service providers can spend about $60 million on promoting and widening broadband services this year.
Some investments will be complemented with broadband grants that several large companies have received this year.
As for the detailed differentiation by sectors, wireless providers spent $71 billion, wireline service providers spent $89 billion, while cable operators spent $40 billion.

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