What Is Broadband? 25 Mbps, FCC Says – PC Magazine


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What Is Broadband? 25 Mbps, FCC Says
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The FCC today moved to increase the definition of broadband from 4 to 25 Mbps. In 2010, the commission ruled that speeds of 4 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload constitute broadband. But that benchmark "is dated and inadequate for evaluating whether …
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