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TelecomDaily: the average speed of broadband access in Moscow in the first quarter was 30% higher than in other regions

March 22, 2021, 13:54 (UTC+3)|
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The average speed of broadband Internet (BBA) in Moscow in the first quarter of 2021 was 30% higher than in other regions, having almost doubled over the year, to 73 Mbps. A year earlier, the gap with the regions was 15%, and the average speed of broadband access in the capital was at the level of 40 Mbps. This is evidenced by research data from TelecomDaily.

The fastest Internet in Moscow in the first quarter was provided by MGTS (owned by MTS), the metropolitan provider 2Kom (part of the Almatel group), Rostelecom, Inetkom, as well as the Internet provider Akado. Last year, MGTS also ranked first in terms of speed, Rostelecom second, Akado third, followed by Vimpelcom and NetByNet (controlled by MegaFon). As explained in TelecomDaily, then the study was carried out only among large operators.

According to TMT Consulting, in 2020 the number of broadband access (BBA) subscribers in Moscow in the segment of individuals exceeded 4.3 million.

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