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Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Update for March 2012

by Josie Sephton | 4月 04, 2012

The number of Broadband plans in the Teligen Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking service continues to grow. As of March 2012, the service covered 2,240 standalone and bundled broadband plans, up from 2,096 plans in the previous update, and representing an increase of almost 7%. A quarter of all plans are fibre-based offerings, while 50% of all residential plans are now bundled offerings.

There have been some changes to the providers covered by the service, to better reflect more representative providers, based on new market share data. In Greece, Vivodi has been replaced by CYTA, and in Mexico, Cablevision has been replaced by Axtel. Broadband services from Elisa in Finland are now offered through its daughter company, Saunalahti, and this has also been reflected in this update.

There have been no further changes to the system functionality with this update, however, if you have any difficulty using any of the functions within Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking, or would like more information on how to get the most out of the system, we are available to help.

All details of the tariff changes can be found in the latest Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Update. Teligen monitors price developments of this sort in its quarterly updates of Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking

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