The Yankee Group forecasts that by year-end 2008, there will be more than 52 million broadband households. According to the research group’s Broadband Subscriber Forecast, DSL is increasing net adds by almost four million more than previously anticipated. The U.S. Broadband market is on track to comprise more subscribers than the overall U.S. narrowband market by mid to late 2006. At the end of the first quarter of 2004, Comcast led the BSPs in total subscribers with almost 5.7 million cable modem subscribers, while SBC led DSL with just under four million total DSL subscribers. Generally, more than 95 percent of cable modem users are residential consumers; an estimated 15 to 20 percent of DSL customers are small business customers.