Virgin Media is attempting to gain the moral high ground by publishing what it claims are the real speeds its broadband customers experience. It has posted an "speed honesty" page on its website listing the "typical" speeds subscribers of its 10, 20 and 50Mb/s broadband packages - sold as L, XL and XXL, respectively - reached …
How about OFCOM
force ISPs to state the MINIMUM speed customers get? That is far more relevant than some hypothetical maximum that only 2 out of 3 customers gets, based on an average, measured during peak and off peak hours.
I'm still waiting for the pigs to fly...
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