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cyberwiz

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Originally posted by Zdnetindia report
Indian tariffs are also among the lowest broadband tariffs in the world. The charge per MB of download has come down to Re 1 compared with Rs 4 a year ago.
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Somebody first educate the journalist's..wat is low in India is just the monthly charge and u cant do anything in that charge..just try doin the things Broadband is meant for and u will see how that Rs. 1/MB turns the connection into one of the costliest in the world..

Not one journalist reports the lack of unlimited internet in India, how is the public at large goin to get educated with such crap reporting ? and if public isn't educated then mass demand wont be there & if mass demand is not there..how can we ever hope to get unltd high speed connections?
 

yogi

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It is all a BIG conspiracy. Such stupid articles are what fool everyone into believing the internet is growing rapidly here. Greedy a$$hole ISP's hehe
 


trump

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these (type of) jounalists who are advising public about internetthemselves never use internet.
 

pawanrh

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Ask him if he knows what the i- or e- prefix or an @ means! i bet he doesnt know!
 


thecoolone

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Originally posted by pawanrh@Oct 15 2005, 02:40 AM
Ask him if he knows what the i- or e- prefix or an @ means! i bet he doesnt know!
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they wont even knw what true broadband as per trai is ?? (24/7 always on and min 256kbps)

maybe one of us in this forum should write to the editor of that paper/article and tell him
to check the facts before reprting it
 

max

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Originally posted by thecoolone@Oct 15 2005, 04:37 PM
they wont even knw what true broadband as per trai is ?? (24/7 always on and min 256kbps)
WRONG! Its UPTO 256Kbps and not MIN 256Kbps. Thats why ISPs are getting away with giving us crappy speeds even on 256Kbps connections... :angry:

And yes, reporters need to be educated on what broadband really is...