Dutch consumers less interested in fast broadband, reliability more important

Monday 11 September 2017 | 16:53 CET | Author: Chiel Boerrigter | Background
Dutch consumers appear increasingly less concerned with having faster broadband, as average speeds have increased in recent years. In 2013, almost a quarter said they wanted an internet connection with at least 100 Mbps download, while this year only 10 percent said this was important, research by Telecompaper found. 

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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