Broadband Speed

Du doubles broadband speed for free
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If you are among the lucky few chosen by Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (Du), you get to double your broadband speed for free. The doubling of the broadband package will continue for a six-month period, following which Du assures it would not charge any penalty for discontinuing with the offer, according to one of the […]

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Minimum Broadband Speed in India Raised to 512 kbps
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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has notified that the minimum broadband speed has been raised to 512 kilobits per second (kbps) from the earlier 256 kbps. The regulator also amended the Telecom Consumers Complaint Redressal Regulations, 2012, which will be now known as the Telecom Consumers Complaint Redressal (Third Amendment) Regulations, 2014. TRAI’s […]

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Malaysian Broadband Speeds To Reach 50Mbps By 2018?
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In order to achieve broadband speeds of 48mbps to 50mbps by 2018, a total of 1,000 telecommunication towers will be built throughout Malaysia over the next three years. Currently, the country recorded a speed of around 5.8 to 5.9mbps, compared to Myanmar and Vietnam which only achieved speeds of around 5.6 to 5.7mbps, based on […]

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Welsh Residents Reacts To Poor Broadband Speeds
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Internet users in Wales have reacted to news that they have some of the slowest internet speeds in the UK by complaining about it. The BBC found a number of Welsh internet users and spoke with them. To a man they said they are not happy. “They say the broadband speed around here begins with […]

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Ofcom: Broadband Speed In The UK Climbs To 17.8Mbps
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The new broadband speed report has been published by the UK’s telco regulator Ofcom which shows that the average fixed-line broadband speed in the UK is now 17.8Mbps. However many households in rural areas are still experiencing considerably slower speeds. Most of this growth has been pinned on the continued rollout of superfast FTTC (Fibre […]

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