ISPreview has just reported that Ofcom revealed that the communications regulator’s most recent study on the country’s broadband speeds is going to go public this Wednesday, March the 2nd.
Ofcom will publish its findings on as to whether the UK average fixed line broadband speeds have increased since the last study.
The communications watchdog also hopes to illustrate the gap between the ISP advertised speeds and the actual ones that broadband subscribers were getting.
Previously, Ofcom, unveiled its similar study results in May 2010 and those showed that on average UK broadband users were getting download speeds of 5.2Mbps, fairly more since April 2009, when the average speed was recorded to be 4.1Mbps.
However, while eager tech-savvy users are waiting for the results, industry insiders expect Ofcom to voice its view on how to resolve issues with the current infrastructure.