Japanese ISP launches 2Gbps home internet service

An ISP in Tokyo, Japan has launched its 2Gbps broadband service, which it says is the fastest in the world for home use, PC World reports. So-net Entertainment, a Sony-backed ISP now offers its internet service, called Nuro to homes, apartments and small businesses in the city and six surrounding prefectures. The report goes on to elaborate that those opting for this service will have to pay 4,980 yen (USD 51) each month on a 2-year contract. They will also have to shell out 52,000 yen towards installation charges – at the moment, the company is offering free installation to those who’re applying for it online.

The Nuro service includes rental of an optical network unit, or ONU that is capable….Read more


Source: Tech2.com

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