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150Mb/Sec

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150Mb/Sec

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Virgin Media says it may open its high-speed cable network to other broadband providers.
Speaking after BT revealed which towns will be the first to be connected to its fibre network, Virgin claimed it will be offering speeds of between 100-150Mbits/sec by the time BT's completed its 40-60Mbit/sec fibre rollout in 2012.
"We have an opportunity with our network to provide significantly
higher speeds," Virgin Media's chief executive Neil Berkett told the BBC.
Berkett says the company will also consider allowing other broadband providers to sell services on the back of its network, in the same way as BT does.

http://www.satellites.co.uk/satellite/daily-satellite-broadcast-industry-news/146917-virgin-may-open...
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scootie
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Re: 150Mb/Sec

link works fine strat.
would be gd as long as theres no major contention or traffic managment on the cable before it got your isp of picking.
but yet again iam left out in the dark as there is only a few areas covererd by VM in my area and mines not one of them.
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Re: 150Mb/Sec

Same with me and the BT FTTC rollout - three of the exchanges surrounding mine are being included, but mine isn't. Sad