Virgin Media apologises for lower-than-promised speeds

Wednesday 5 July 2017 | 16:16 CET | News
Virgin Media customers across the UK are receiving only a small part of the broadband speeds they were promised, with some getting only 3 percent, for example. According to an investigation by programme BBC Watchdog, the company has been signing up too many customers in some areas, leading to issues related to "over-utilisation," the BBC reported.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: BBC / Virgin Media
Countries: United Kingdom
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