Summary:

India might be one of the hottest broadband and telecom destinations for equipment makers, but for its citizens the country is a frustrating ride on a dial-up roal to nowhere, says Broadband Blog’s Abishek Puri. “Internet services have so far still stuck in the dial up […]

India might be one of the hottest broadband and telecom destinations for equipment makers, but for its citizens the country is a frustrating ride on a dial-up roal to nowhere, says Broadband Blog’s Abishek Puri. “Internet services have so far still stuck in the dial up mode, despite the hype in the media about the broadband services. Indeed getting a decent connection is a far-fetched dream, almost a utopia. Frequent disconnections, rude and ignorant customer services, almost nil technical support are all reflective of a developing economy gone horribly wrong.”

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