Cable broadband speeds are on target 99% of time, FCC finds

02/18/2013 | Multichannel News

Cable is doing a better job than DSL providers in delivering advertised broadband speeds, meeting promised speeds 99% of the time on average during peak times, compared with 85% for DSL, the Federal Communications Commission has found in a new report. With download speeds now reaching as high as 75 Mbps for some consumers, the average subscribed speed is up 20% to 15.6 Mbps, according to the FCC's third "Measuring Broadband America" report.

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