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4 responses to “USA Leading the Broadband Connectivity Index. Really?”

  1. leosaumure

    Bradband? I didn’t know Brad was into music. 😉

  2. Zoli Erdos

    @leosaumure, thanks for catching my typo 🙂

  3. Gareth

    Connectivity is one thing. Quality is another. Subjectivity further another. Having been in a number of the countries (particularly Malaysia) I am surprised at many of the scores – I have reservations about the measure of quality of infrastructure, whether things like downtime/customer satisfaction etc were really taken into account. And those things are very hard to measure.
    In one country, you have a broadband outage, and it makes national news and the company apologizing and making refunds.
    In another the ISP’s don’t even know when they themselves have outages!!
    How can you compare those two thing??