Ofcom’s report on the greatest broadband service in Europe has revealed that British Isles clients get excellent service at the least expensive cost.
Ofcom utilised a “scorecard” process in order to rank five EU countries in terms of their broadband services. Ofcom gave each country a score out of three for five components: choice, coverage, price, take-up and usage.
The greatest countries for solved broadband take-up were France, Germany and the United Kingdom; all have 32 connections per 100 folks. 81% of United Kingdom households are online at least once per week, putting the British Isles in top position for net usage.
Whilst Ofcom’s survey on Europe’s finest broadband service is an eye-opener, the results cannot be taken too literally. Having only reported on five countries, Ofcom have overlooked nations with quicker broadband speeds & broader coverage.
Ofcom carried out this week’s broadband survey in 5 EU countries; France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK. Ofcom’s report indicated that the United Kingdom came out top for low priced solved broadband and mobile broadband. In eight out of twelve cost categories, Great Britain proved to be cheapest.
Back in 2010, the government unveiled plans to connect all UK homes to broadband speeds of 2Mbit/s by 2015. The government also guaranteed that ninety per cent of British Isles residences would have access to super rapid broadband. £530 million has been plunged into this effort by the government.
Ofcom carried out its report on Europe’s best broadband service so that you can establish whether Great Britain can obtain its goal of providing the greatest super rapid broadband service by 2015.
The UK scored well for “choice”, as the report proved that United Kingdom buyers have more diversity when it comes to selecting broadband providers. Within Britain, mobile and remedied broadband are equally well-liked so there isn’t one dominant provider. Whilst BT is the biggest provider of fixed broadband, EE comes out top for mobile net.