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Over 60% of consumers don't know their upload speed

Friday 24 June 2016 | 09:42 CET | News
Over six in ten (61%) Dutch internet subscribers don't know the upload speed of their connection. Of those who do know, 13 percent said they receive 11-20 Mbps and 15 percent are on 1-10 Mbps. According to the research by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel, only 1 percent of respondents had an upload speed of 500 Mbps or more. On average consumers give an upload speed of 14 Mbps, down 15 Mbps from last year but up from 10 Mbps in 2014. Fibre subscribers were more likely to know their upload speed, at 52 percent, while 61 percent of cable and 62 percent of DSL users did not know the speed.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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