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14 / 07 / 2008

ADSL operators will be forced to offer the speed of ADSL they promise

ADSL operators will be forced to offer the speed of ADSL they promise
The Spanish Ministry of Industry in the presentation of the draft letter of rights of users for the Information Society has announced that it will prohibit operators of Internet access to make offers of ADSL that do not guarantee at least 80% of the advertised speed. Once this document of consumers rights is approved, all Internet providers will have to check each line and inform their customers of the actual speed at their disposal.

At present, operators usually comply with what they say for speeds up to 6 megs while no operator offering up to 20 megs reaches half the speed offered.

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