No subject


Thu Jun 12 23:09:36 BST 2008


surprised by how many are using broadband (dsl or cable).  The
majority have mobile phones so it's certainly possible some don't have
land lines.  It would be great to see if there are any numbers from
NTR on what their customers use: broadband or dial-up.  btw, we could
talk at great length about services purchased by people that can
afford them.  As you may already know, poor people can have broadband,
land lines, mobile phones, and expensive cars.  It's usually only a
problem if the majority of that is paid for with credit.  It would be
nice to see some numbers on computer ownership in the US.  And from
those numbers, a breakdown broadband vs. dial-up access for people of
different income levels.



More information about the Ubuntu-us-pa mailing list