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Nos new leader of Netflix ISP Speed Index in Portugal

Tuesday 12 January 2016 | 14:00 CET | News
Nos is the new leader of the Netflix ISP Speed Index in Portugal for December, with an average speed of 3.52 Mbps. This compares to 3.57 Mbps in November, which placed Nos in third place. Meo is stil in second with 3.2 Mbps (3.58 Mbps in November); followed by Cabovisao with 3.48 Mbps (3.67 Mbps); and Vodafone with 3.19 Mbps (3.14 Mbps). The Netflix ISP Speed Index is a measure of prime time Netflix performance on particular ISPs and not a measure of overall performance for other services/data that may travel across the specific ISP network.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Cabovisao / Meo / Netflix / NOS / Vodafone
Countries: Portugal
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This is still NOT correct !!!!! Aditionally MEO is the leading ISP in Portugal in january 2016, with 3.54 Mbps.
Henrique Santos @ 9/2/2016 - 10:44

This is NOT correct. MEO is currently first ex.aqueo with NOS with 3.52 Mbps as index.
Henrique Santos @ 18/1/2016 - 13:16


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