Fibre Trial Conducted By Be Broadband Obtains Download Speed of 37.5Mbps

Tuesday, December 6th 2011

The outcome of the first fibre speed trial by Be Broadband has been declared. The initial speed test of their fibre optic broadband item by Be Broadband was conducted and the trial achieved a speed of over 37Mbps. A subsidiary of Telefonica that was connected to the testing exchange in Barking declared that the first of the members had already obtained download speeds of 37.5Mbps and upload speeds of 18.1Mbps. Be Broadband elucidated that by keep a close tab on the connectivity, it would be able to track the performance even more so as to determine whether any further enhancements could be made. The ISP who did not emphasize the importance of the achievement, stated that this was only another step in the large venture that they still had many miles to go. However Be Broadband did say that everything seemed to be moving quickly and along the right path. It also stated that they knew how much people were looking forward to and expecting from the fibre optic broadband connectivity and that they did not want to be too excited about it, though they were thrilled about the fact that their first test went off without a hitch. The company primarily had intentions of introducing it fibre broadband product before the year ended however the hold ups have made them push the cut-off date further. In spite of this, there are hundreds of thousands of users who have already signed up for the service before hand.


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