Saturday, March 1, 2014

[Israel] ISPs Respond to the CIR Regulation - What do they Promise?

Last month I reported about a new regulation in Israel (see "Carriers Must Disclose Broadband CIR" - here).

It turned out that this also applies to ISPs (the internet service in Israel is separated into the network access (DSL/Cable) and the ISP service), and yesterday I got an email from by ISP, Bezeq International, informing me about their "minimum commitment".

It was no surprise to learn that the CIR is 0.01 Mbps. Yes - 10 Kbps. A slow dial-up modem did better in the old days. It is symmetrical, though.

1 comment:

  1. Join Mobixell in London as we sponsor Broadband Traffic Management Congress and set aside some time to see Noam Green, Free SAP Tutorials