Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Bonn: Deutsche Telekom throttled DSL connections but not so strong - RP ONLINE

last updated: 12/06/2013

Bonn (RP). The German Telekom makes the planned reduction of DSL connections now a partial back down. Customers who exceed a certain volume of data “consumption” should not be throttled down to extremely slow 384 kilobits / second, but in about two megabits / second. This gives the company expected today, reportedly informed sources. The Group intends to mitigate the protest against the future throttling.

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customers who consume more than the permitted amount of data still surf after throttling the Internet more easily, while the streaming video is a little more difficult. At the fundamental goal of allowing customers to use the high data volume but higher quality and faster connections book, but the board holds it.

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