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  1. Rye83

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    Since they just started discussing it we can expect a law to be passed in the next 5 years, the SC to rule on if it is constitutional 5 years after that, wait another 5 years for the executive branch to enforce the law and another 5 years for the ISPs to become compliant. So expect to see something done in no less than 20 years from now.....which by then the PI will be so behind the rest of the world again the process will need to be started over. Rinse, wash, repeat. :wink:
     
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    That's what we are on, but only getting .5 to 1.5 at best and only one bar shows up on modem. That's hard wired.
     
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    Not lucky mate, just sound advise from a friend who knows about this stuff, I'm sure you know my personal views about those idiots!
     
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    By: Maila Ager, June 30th, 2015 01:01 PM
    Calling the situation of Internet service in the country as “pathetic” and “unacceptable,” Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero said he would look into ways the government could intervene and boost the nation’s information technology (IT) sector.

    “The current situation in the country is, sad to say, unacceptable. The state of internet speed is pathetic, and unless we remedy this situation, our IT sector is likely to suffer in the long term,” Escudero said in a statement.

    He said the government, particularly the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC), should give the



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    Atleast there are a few discussing the sad state of the internet here. Just maybe they are starting to realise how far behind everyone else this place is!
     
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