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February 6, 2009

TalkTalk and BSkyB missing out on mobile broadband


by David Allen

With revenues now exceeding £36 million the mobile broadband market is booming.

In fact some sources estimate that the growth of mobile broadband is now outstripping that of fixed line broadband.

Yet there are two main contenders in the broadband sector who have yet to enter this growth industry.

TalkTalk from the Carphone Warehouse, and Sky, have not made any moves into this market, and still do not look like they are going to.

The market is dominated by 3 UK, Vodafone, O2 and T Mobile, whose deals are most favoured by users of mobile broadband.

These providers have seen their market share in broadband products increase substantially after offering mobile broadband services.

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