Cable Beats Telcos in Broadband Market
3/15/2018

Scorecard: Wins & Losses
Data sources: Companies and Leichtman Research Group, Inc. 
* WOW's total is from the end of 3Q 2017 due to a delay in 4Q 2017 reporting
** Cable ONE does not include the NewWave acquisition in 2Q 2017
^ Includes LRG estimate for Cox
^^ FairPoint was acquired by Consolidated Communications in 3Q 2017, total is reported connects acquired at that time Company subscriber counts may not solely represent residential households
Top cable and telephone companies represent approximately 95% of all subscribers
Net additions reflect pro forma results from system sales and acquisitions, and reporting adjustments; therefore, comparing totals in this release to prior releases may not produce accurate findings

(See original chart at: Leichtman Research)
Data sources: Companies and Leichtman Research Group, Inc.
* WOW's total is from the end of 3Q 2017 due to a delay in 4Q 2017 reporting
** Cable ONE does not include the NewWave acquisition in 2Q 2017
^ Includes LRG estimate for Cox
^^ FairPoint was acquired by Consolidated Communications in 3Q 2017, total is reported connects acquired at that time Company subscriber counts may not solely represent residential households
Top cable and telephone companies represent approximately 95% of all subscribers
Net additions reflect pro forma results from system sales and acquisitions, and reporting adjustments; therefore, comparing totals in this release to prior releases may not produce accurate findings

(See original chart at: Leichtman Research)

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