BT 'quadruples' broadband speeds

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Mark Robinson, Mar 4, 2006.


    BT 'quadruples' broadband speeds

    BT is to increase its broadband speeds by up to four times from 31 March.

    The firm said 78% of its users would be able to access at least four megabits
    per second (4Mbps), compared with the maximum of two available now.

    Almost half would get 6Mbps and those close to their local exchange would be
    able to access 8Mbps.

    Some rival providers already offer up to 24Mbps, but their services are
    restricted mainly to clusters of users in big cities.

    BT said more than 5,300 exchanges serving more than 99.6% of UK homes and
    businesses were being upgraded to support the higher speeds.

    As well as making web browsing and e-mailing quicker, higher speeds mean people
    can do more with their net connection, such as watching video, listening to
    audio, and playing online games.
    Mark Robinson, Mar 4, 2006
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    Nho Whei Guest

    Nho Whei, Mar 5, 2006
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  3. Yeah but it is BT, they manage to make Telecom look good as far as
    service goes
    Jason Fanning, Mar 5, 2006
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    whoisthis Guest

    Umm lets be honest here, BT is only doubling its speed for 78% of
    whoisthis, Mar 6, 2006
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    Steve Guest

    This may have been your experience, but we had excellent service from all
    sections of BT for over 35years. It was New Zealands loss when it pulled out
    Steve, Mar 7, 2006
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