Majority of the broadband internet service providers have not been able to deliver the speed which they had advertised, a recent study says. According to a test conducted by Sri Lanka-based research firm LIRNEasia ‘Recent Quality of Service Experience (QoSE)’, majority of the packages tested within India, failed to deliver even 80 per cent of the advertised speeds, most of the service providers fail to deliver a mere 20 per cent of what was publicised.

In its report, the research firm compared download speeds, Round Trip Time (RTT, or the time delays in data transfer), Jitter (the variation in time between the arrival of data packets) and Packet Loss (the percentage of data packets that did not reach its destination) of eight broadband packages in four major cities across India.

Tags: ,

More Under Finance

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *