Updated: 02/07/2013 00:38

Feasibility of establishing quality of service standards for mobile broadband services is being considered

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Feasibility of establishing quality of service standards for mobile broadband services is being considered

Authorities are moving to ensure that standards for fixed and mobile broadband services will meet the expectations of consumers.

Communications and Information Minister Yaacob Ibrahim said over the last two years, there had been significant improvement in broadband speeds in Singapore, partly due to the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network.

But he cautioned against over-regulation of Internet Service Providers.

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