EarthLink is gaining broadband customers but losing dialup or “narrowband” users at an even faster rate, the company disclosed in its third-quarter earnings report Tuesday.

EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK) revenues rose nearly 7 percent to $340.7 million from $319 million a year ago, and it did add 77,000 broadband customers, which pay higher monthly fees. But the company also lost more than 200,000 dialup customers, dropping its total to 4 million.

Operating loss was $645,000, or less than a penny a share, compared to nearly $23 million and 17 cents a share in 2001.

EarthLink stock closed at $5.49, up 14 cents, but still well off its 52-week high of $15.79.