Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Aspiring to HARAKI-one: $100Mbps for US$50

Yes, you really can get 100 Mbps symmetric broadband connections in Japan for ~US $50 per month. If they can do it, so can we.

"Based on KDDI's reliable optical fiber network and advanced Content Delivery Network (CDN), in addition to a high-speed and high-capacity Internet connection service with a maximum downstream speed of 100 Mbps, "HIKARI-one" is an integrated broadband service that uses a single optical fiber providing a telephone service with quality, reliability and functions equivalent to those of NTT's subscription service, multichannel digital broadcasting full of exciting content, and Video On Demand (VOD) service. You can pick and choose the services you want."

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