Think North American broadband is fast, eh?
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 25, 2006 - 11:31 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The fastest residential internet commonly sits at about 2.5Mbs in North America. There are faster ones availbale, but the cost increase is usually much higher than the speed increase. Slashdot looks at Broadband around the world, and while they all have certain differences, I still want my 100Mbs download speed!
"For example, in the United Kingdom, you can buy DSL service with a download speed of up to 24
megabits per second. In Denmark, some people have fiber-optic connections as fast as 100 mbps. And in
Italy and Spain, broadband service is cheap, and dial-up service is free (except for the cost of the
local call). Still, many countries have their own connection quirks ..."
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