Getting broadband's measure

16 Apr 2009
00:00

 

'It's for the user to decide what kind of performance he is looking for.'

How do people measure the performance of the measurement process‾

'In the blogosphere people do talk about it. t gets about 1,500-2,000 visitors a month. It gives transparency so consumers can make informed decisions.'

I asked Tan if a similar initiative is planned for mobile broadband.

He says that like broadband, mobile data is not a regulatory condition, and the market is quite competitive. And, of course too much regulation is no good. But the IDA is happy with the result from its broadband monitoring.

But the answer is, yes, it's being looked at.

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