The content has been shared, if you want to share this content with other users click here.
A total 59% of Argentine homes with internet have ADSL technology, according to a study by local telecoms consultancy firm Carrier y Asociados.
Cable modem technology represents 30% of homes with broadband services in the country, according to the study.
The local broadband market has a significant concentration with three providers, with presence in four out of five homes in the country. Argentina's top three providers are Telecom Argentina (NYSE: TEO), which operates under the Arnet brand; Telefónica de Argentina (NYSE: TAR); and Cablevisión, which operates through its Fibertel unit.
In ADSL, TEO and TAR account for 99% of the market, while Fibertel has 68% of total cable modem connections in the country, the study found.
According to the study, 83% of homes with broadband have at least one other telecom services provided by the same operator.