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+ - OECD: South Korea has 100 per cent Wireless Broadband Penetration->

Submitted by hypnosec
hypnosec (2231454) writes "Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has revealed that South Korea has managed to top the Wireless broadband subscribers’ chart by becoming the first country to have more than 100 per cent penetration when it comes to wireless broadband. With 100.6 subscribers per 100 people, South Korea is ahead of Sweden, which has 98 per cent penetration. Finland is third with 87.8 per cent while Japan stands fourth with 82.4 per cent. According to OECD there has been a 13 per cent growth in wireless broadband subscriptions among member countries during the period of last six months year on year and currently stands at 667 million."
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OECD: South Korea has 100 per cent Wireless Broadband Penetration

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