OPINION: The pathetic state of broadband access speeds in Singapore

Techrepublic.com, 15 Dec 2012
Users in Singapore are getting a lower Internet access speed than they paid for, at least when accessing Internet locations outside of the country. This finding came to light with the publication of an independent test conducted by research firm SamKnows. Commissioned by Singapore’s Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) and published as the Consumer Broadband Report on its website, the report essentially puts local Internet service providers (ISPs) together based on their price and download speed, and also offers useful information about latency, upload speeds, packet loss, and more. Full story

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