|Subject:||Re: FLASH: Flash & Broadband|
|Date:||Sun, 30 Jul 2000 18:44:26 +0100|
Other stats (Forrester98) have 37% of internet connected homes using
broadband by 2003.
I have never seen _any_ stat saying that '70%' of people who could have it
would not want it, in fact most of the stats I've seen say the reverse, most
people seem to want it as soon as they know its available. Where did you get
your stats from?
Even the low end DSL speeds of 184-250kbs are about 3-4x better service for
less than 2x the price (we get a steady 500-1500kbs off of PacBell ADSL
here, for 40$ a month;-). At 500kbs, full screen video is not a problem
(except for lack of well designed/interesting content).
and on that note:
See raw combat footage from the West/An Tir War!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bryan Rieger" <bryannmadness [dot] com>
To: <flasherchinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Sunday, July 30, 2000 7:23 AM
Subject: RE: FLASH: Flash & Broadband
> Last I heard broadband adoption in North America was less than 5% - and
> of people who did not have broadband had no intention of ever getting it.
> While I highly doubt things will remain this way for long, I wouldn't make
> the assumption that this audience exists today for current revenue models.
> These figures are from about 3 months back. I'd be interested to see the
> same stats early next year...
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(OT) RE: FLASH: Flash & Broadband, Bryan Rieger
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