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Broadband Internet access in the Philippines was growing in a significant fashion, with the country having experienced a four year growth surge in this market segment.

There were an estimated 2.5 million broadband subscribers by end-2009, but this still only represented 3% of the Philippines population.

That number is expected to increase to reach 12 million in 2011.

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Due to increase usage of mobile internet, the number of SMS text messages sent per day has dropped from 1.8 billion in 2009 to 700 million in 2011, indicating the shift in communication pattern.

This was the largest SMS volume in the world, the Philippines accounting for more than 10% of global SMS at one stage and the country’s mobile operators were reported to be generating the highest proportion of non-voice revenues in the world.

A single text message may only cost 2 cents to send, but with an hour of online time a person can message hundreds of messages.

Rise of Mobile Internet In 2010, mobile internet users grew 100%, coming to 8.8 million.

⇑ Back to top The Philippines mobile market took off back in 1999/2000.

In the decade since 2000 the number of mobile telephone subscribers has grown to 72 million mobile subscribers as of May 2010.

Of the print media, the most popular are the newspapers, both broadsheets and tabloids, being the cheapest and most accessible to the public.

Several newspapers enjoy national distribution, although each region in the country also has its own regional newspapers.

Overall broadband penetration remains relatively low, and there were only three broadband services for every 100 people in the country early in 2010.

The World Economic Forum's Global Information Technology 2010-2011 report ranks the Philippines at 86 out of 138 countries in the Networked Readiness Index, compared to 85 out of 133 countries in 2009-2010.

The Philippines, officially known as the Republic of the Philippines, is a country in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean.

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