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A Call for Broadband Service Honesty

by the end of 2009, the number of broadband users in the Philippines would have reached 2M, this came in a recent statement by Catanduanes Representative Joseph Santiago who by this, urged companies offering these services to be truthful in marketing their connection speeds.

"They should be able to deliver minimum Internet connectivity at par with, if not superior to their advertised speeds," said Santiago, who was also a former chief of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC). he further added, "It would be totally unfair, even highly deceptive, for them to aggressively promote their services by assuring this or that Internet access speed, only to fall short of their promise."

finally, someone has the guts to raise this concern.... hopefully they do something about these false marketing and broadband connection issues...

read more [inquirer.net]

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