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fixed broadband

High-speed data transmission to homes and businesses using technologies such as T1, cable, DSL and FiOS. The term excludes the cellular data market, which is a mobile market (see mobile broadband). See broadband and fixed wireless.
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sought to highlight the gains cited by the index in the fixed broadband area.
Singapore had the fastest fixed broadband, with average downloads of 161.
82 Mbps, while Bangladesh is two spots down to 85, with an average recorded fixed broadband speed of 16.
Home Wireless Broadband is an alternative to fixed broadband, so our wholesale partners are now able to offer a solution for people living in areas where nbn has not yet been rolled out or for people that like a plug and play option for their home internet service.
Turkcell has been at the forefront of efforts to improve the efficiency of fixed broadband investments, with Turkcell CEO Kaan Terzioglu calling for a joint venture for fixed broadband connectivity as early as September 2015.
A key finding is that consumers of mobile and fixed broadband services in Bahrain were at least BD74m better off in 2014 than they were in 2008.
The approach to estimating the consumer surplus for mobile services and the fixed broadband market in 2008 and 2014 based on a methodology that resulted in conservative estimates.
Saudi Arabia's fixed broadband market is experiencing a major technology shift from ADSL to fibre as well, with STC expanding FttH coverage to most urban centres, and another two companies - Go Telecom and Mobily - also offering FttH services.
However, copper-based DSL will continue to be the main technology for fixed broadband in Oman, accounting for 43.
This VULA (Virtual Unbundled Local Access) agreement, financial details of which were not available, enables Tele2 to offer new and existing customers higher fixed broadband speeds of up to 100Mb/s.
However, the report says fixed broadband affordability represents Qatar's "most significant weakness" (103rd), which is a by-product of "high fixed broadband Internet tariffs and relatively low competition".
The Broadband Forum, a non-profit industry organisation, said today that fixed broadband grew by 2.