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Operators charge 45% more for fast broadband - survey

Tuesday 11 June 2013 | 08:41 CET | News
Operators were charging 45 percent more for tariffs and bundles with superfast broadband, defined as offering 30 Mbps or faster downloads, than slower broadband services, according to a fourth quarter 2012 survey by Analysys Mason of around 2,000 bundles in 30 countries in Europe and the US. The study demonstrates the similarities and differences in the approaches operators are using to sell superfast broadband and examines factors likely to create successful commercial strategies.

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