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Broadband Has Changed How We Communicate

BusinessWeek Online reports that Broadband high speed Internet has changed the way people communicate.
And because these fast, always-on connections allow people to check e-mail and surf the Web around-the-clock without hogging phone lines, Americans with broadband access tend to spend 50% more time online than their dial-up counterparts.
Especially among a new market demographic with a suprizing name:

Some pundits call the under-25 crowd the super-communicators. They love instant messaging (IM) and spend more money on their cell phones than on cigarettes, candy, or music. They like to be in touch with their friends while at school, the mall, or home. Thanks to high-speed connections, they can do just that... "This is a wide-scale shift."


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