ISPs must advertise average broadband speeds, not ‘up to’ speeds, says Ofcom – OUT-LAW.com

“ISPs should be forced to advertise the typical speeds available on internet access packages and not the theoretical maximum currently advertised, telecoms regulator Ofcom has said. They should also not be allowed to cap ‘unlimited’ services.”

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OUT-LAW.com, 2nd March 2011

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