Monday, 4 November 2013 - 09:43
Dutch Operators Raise Broadband Speeds
Dutch cable operator Zeelandnet has decided to raise its internet speeds without changing prices, reports Telecom Paper. The company raised the Basis plan from 2/0.5 Mbps to 3/1 Mbps and Midi plan from 8/2 to 10/2. Its Premium increases from 50/5 to 60/6, and Super from 80/8 to 120/10, the paper said. Internet / Commons.Wikimedia Additionally, Zeelandnet’s top package, Extreem was raised to 200/10 Mbps from 120/10. In addition, Kabel Noord has raised some of its speeds without changing prices. The company’s Basis plan was raised from 5/1 to 10/2, and Familie plan from 25/2 to 25/3. Its Comfort increases from 50/3 to 50/4 Mbps.