According to Chinese government new policy, all newly built residences, which locate in cities where a public fiber optic telecoms network is available, have to be equipped with fiber network connections. The standards will take effect from April and will also require residences to offer equal connections to services from various telecoms companies allowing customers to choose which service they want. The government hopes to have 40 million families connected to fiber networks by 2015. Local telecoms operators have been stepping up the pace on fiber network connections too. By introducing fiber-optic technology, it is good to see the internet speed in China will finally boost-up, but we’re not sure whether the Chinese residents can enjoy fast broadband at low price. And the high speed internet is only beneficial when connecting within China, it will not that phenomenal when hopping to oversea websites.
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