Posted April 23, 2013
And at least 4 times less revenue compared to EUR countries with few times higher piracy rates (meaning many people downloading huge amounts of data) ?
jamyskis: Aside from the fact that Poland has a broadband penetration rate of less than 20% as against Germany's 78%?
In Poland, when somebody actually has inet connection above 10mbit, you may be certain it's not used for downloading linux.
But with broadband penetration, comes one thing - people rely on those providers, so they can push people harder. In Poland, ISPs are still fighting hard for customers.
The first broadband ISP that would have bw limitations, would be the first to die in Poland. Even mobile providers notice that, offering more and more GB for less money every year.
Post edited April 23, 2013 by keeveek