Australia’s Optus has published a guide for what broadband internet providers offer to its customers, giving an estimate of what is likely to be available in the next few months.
In its annual “Best Broadband” report, Optus outlined a range of speeds and quality of service it considers best for Australians.
It listed a range from basic broadband speeds of 1mbps to 100mbps, and said “average speed” of 1.7Mbps.
Optus said a “normal” user would get around 15Mbps.
However, Optusser says the best speeds are between 50 and 200Mbps, and that the best internet service should be in a range between 10 and 50Mbps.
“Optus has recently completed a new review of its broadband offerings and has re-evaluated the current state of the industry.
Optus said its network is currently the best in the country, and its new broadband services are helping to improve the average broadband speed in the market.””
Optus is also offering a new speed benchmark for its residential customers, which is now based on the same criteria as its broadband services.”
Optus said its network is currently the best in the country, and its new broadband services are helping to improve the average broadband speed in the market.
“The Optus network has become one of the world’s best in terms of speeds,” Optus CEO and general manager of the Optus portfolio, Tim Mabey, said.
“In fact, Optuses network is now faster than the average residential broadband provider in the nation.”
This is due in part to the network’s speed, but also to the robust and reliable infrastructure which Optus maintains and upgrades.
Optuses service is also one of our most reliable in the industry.
“Optuses website says it is offering a range that includes 100Mbps and 200MBps services, which are at or above the average in Australia.”
If you’re a new customer, Optins service will deliver a speed of up to 100Mbps or more.
You’ll also get a speed boost when you’re using our new fibre to the premises network.
“For those who already have a high-speed internet connection, Optss has also launched an ultrafast fibre broadband offering for the first time,” Optuss said.
Optus says Optuss users are “well-equipped to receive a speed increase in the months ahead”, but is offering speeds that are “a bit less than the speeds offered by other broadband providers”.
“Optussers network is well-equipped for the transition from ADSL2+ to FTTP,” Optss said.
“With our fibre network, you can enjoy a faster download speed than any other broadband provider.”