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12 June 2013 09:04
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Only Telekom had announced, but to get unlimited flat rates. Now the group is again a criticism: According to media reports he wants the surfing speed slow down significantly less when the data volume is exceeded
From 2016, the Telekom wants to curb browsing speeds once a customer has exceeded the monthly data volume. After strong criticism of the decelerator she now directs a further – and wants to reduce the speed of less than previously announced.
instead of the initially planned 384 kbit per second to be held back only two MBit per second. The report both the ZDF and the dpa news agency, citing the business community. On Tuesday evening, the technology blogger Carsten Knobloch had reported on tadt-bremerhaven.de s of the intended change. Telekom itself does not want to have to comment on the changes, but a press conference for 11 clock announced the topic.
two Mbits per second and a throttled line would be twice as fast as the slowest DSL connection, for example, but would not allow streaming video in high resolution.
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Telekom early May had introduced the data-limits for new customers in the fixed network. However, the decelerator will not take effect before 2016. After sharp criticism Telekom had but responds: You will then offer for an additional cost flat rate with no restrictions. That could cost ten to 20 euros more from today’s perspective, Deutsche Telekom CEO René Obermann announced.
By increasing the speed of a throttled line Telekom customer now wants to take the worry of not being able to use their Internet connection with 384 kbps per Senkunde, sources in the corporate circles. You have understood the concerns of the customers.
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