Dutch cable operator Ziggo has increased the speed of its internet offerings, raising the speed for its 1.9 million customers at no extra charge.
The top tier speed offered by the company will now be 180Mbps, offered as part of an All-in-1 Extra package or a Z3 subscription.
Ziggo’s Z1 and All-in-1 Basic bundles will now offer 30Mbps downstream instead of 20Mbps, while the Z2 pack and All-in-1 Plus bundle will offer 90Mbps instead of 60Mbps.
Business customers will be able to access up to 200mbps intenret via an Office Basic/ZZ3 package.
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