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Inea maintains lead for fixed broadband speeds in Poland, T-Mobile best for mobile

Thursday 21 January 2021 | 14:42 CET | News
Inea was again the fastest fixed broadband provider in Poland in December, according to Speedtest data. The operator delivered average speeds of 144.8 Mbps down and 145.5 Mbps up. The other top players were unchanged, with UPC Poland in second place with average speeds of 137.0 Mbps down and 20.3 Mbps up, followed by Toya with 121.8 Mbps down and 29.4 Mbps up. Vectra provided average download speeds of 107.8 Mbps and upload speeds of 26.3 Mbps.    

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Categories: General
Companies: Inea / Netia / Orange Poland / T-Mobile Poland / Toya / UPC Poland / Vectra
Countries: Poland
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