One-third of Irish access 30 Mbps or less - study

Wednesday 14 June 2017 | 15:21 CET | News
A study by Switcher.ie shows that a full third of Irish broadband subscribers are getting less than or equal to 30Mbps of broadband speed, as reported by SiliconRepublic. The percentage goes under the minimum target set out in the government's forthcoming National Broadband Plan. Around 16 percent say their broadband speeds are 8 Mbps or less. Finally, 8 percent claim to have speeds under 3 Mbps.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Countries: Ireland
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