Residential broadband prices drop 9% in a year

Friday 14 August 2015 | 07:49 CET | News
Global residential broadband tariffs have risen compared to competing technologies over time, according to new research from Point Topic. Price fluctuations are in response to overbuild by other technologies and the pressures of doing business in a shrinking market. Fibre and cable tariffs are converging as suppliers are forced into direct price and bandwidth competition. The price of residential DSL was just under USD 10 per MB in the second quarter, up on approximately USD 9 in the fourth quarter of 2014 and down on USD 11 in the second quarter of 2014.For business users, the average cost

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