Brasil Telecom Gets Half a Million DSL Clients in Brazil

    Brasil Telecom S.A. announced that the company ended 2004 with 535,500 customers for its broadband Internet access service (ADSL), Turbo, which represents a 90% increase compared to its base of 282,000 customers at the end of 2003. 

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