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Telstra NBN leads broadband internet speeds in Australia in January

Tuesday 12 February 2019 | 10:57 CET | News
Australian operator Telstra has announced that, in January, it remained at the top of the leader for broadband speeds for the twelfth month in a row from February 2018 to January 2019, according to a report from Netflix. The report shows that Telstra NBN provided internet speeds of 4.38 Mbps in January, followed by Optus with 4.04 Mbps, Exetel (3.99 Mbps), Telstra non-NBN (3.83 Mbps), TPG (3.81 Mbps), iiNet (3.76 Mbps) and Dodo/iPrimus (3.64 Mbps)

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Dodo / Exetel / iiNet / iPrimus / Netflix / Optus / Telstra / TPG
Countries: Australia
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