In Japan, operators started offering Internet at 10Gbps for $55 USD.

NTT East and NTT West, operators in Japan, have started offering 10Gbps Internet to home customers. To have an idea of ​​comparison. In the United States, most users only have internet at 1Gbps.

The speed (10 Gigabits per second or 10,000 Mbps of bandwidth) is anything and the price is very nice.

According to information from the operators, the objective is to offer the best internet quality and ensure that 4k and 8k content is played without any latency.

To be able to take advantage of such bandwidth, customers must also have a special router, capable of supporting connections at 10Gbps. This equipment costs about $5 per month.

In addition to supporting speeds of 10 Gbps per cable, this router also comes with Wi-Fi 6. According to the documentation, Wi-Fi 6 will be able to offer communications at 9.6 Gbps. With Wi-Fi 5 the maximum data transfer speed was 3.5 Gbps.

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