Discussion in 'hardware' started by ronjor, May 30, 2014.
That´s just ridiculous, 4 Mbps is NOT broadband. I think 20 Mbps is fair enough.
What I fail to understand, considering the FCC apparently has a technical definition of high-speed, is why my local telco is allowed to advertise their DSL service (via junk email, junk snail mail, and on their web site) using terms such as "high-speed internet" and "pure broadband" when the highest download speed they have to offer in my area is 1.5Mbps.
If anyone's interested, BSNL (India's largest ISP) still advertises 256 kBit (yes, kbit) as broadband...other ISPs here are either on par or a little better. Sigh!
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