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  Reply # 1517319 22-Mar-2016 02:55
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Maybe, if we could see the whole world.


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  Reply # 1517337 22-Mar-2016 07:48
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Maybe, if we could see the whole world.

 

 

..and if it wasn't 12 months old.





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It's one thing for a map to miss little old nz off, but to cut off half of Australia too...

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  Reply # 1517352 22-Mar-2016 08:30
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Read the full report

 

Australian and NZ stats / rankings are here:

 

SECTION 5  (ASIA PACIFIC)

 

Average Connection Speeds
Average Peak Connection Speeds
4 Mbps Broadband Adoption
10 Mbps Broadband Adoption
15 Mbps Broadband Adoption





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  Reply # 1517358 22-Mar-2016 08:39
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Read the full report

 

Australian and NZ stats / rankings are here:

 

SECTION 5  (ASIA PACIFIC)

 

Average Connection Speeds
Average Peak Connection Speeds
4 Mbps Broadband Adoption
10 Mbps Broadband Adoption
15 Mbps Broadband Adoption

 

 

 

 

Not at all interesting if it lumps NZ in with Dicktralia.


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  Reply # 1517361 22-Mar-2016 08:41
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NonprayingMantis: It's one thing for a map to miss little old nz off, but to cut off half of Australia too...

 

And Korea, which is the best-connected country in the world.

 

 


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eracode:

 

 

 

Not at all interesting if it lumps NZ in with Dicktralia.

 

 

Seriously ? Whats with the name calling ? 





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This reads like one of these:

 

 

 

http://worldmapswithout.nz/


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Updated: akamai’s state of the internet Q3 2015 report:

 

https://www.akamai.com/us/en/multimedia/documents/report/q3-2015-soti-connectivity-final.pdf

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1517384 22-Mar-2016 09:19
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Maps with errors are very collectable.

 

I spent my early childhood in New Guinea on Manus Island.

 

A map of New Guinea had been printed on a souvenir tea-towel.

 

The "M" was omitted from "Manus Island" on the map.

 

Merchants initially covered the error with the price tag, but soon stopped doing this as the tea-towels became a cult classic wink





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  Reply # 1517409 22-Mar-2016 10:08
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xpd:

 

eracode:

 

 

 

Not at all interesting if it lumps NZ in with Dicktralia.

 

 

Seriously ? Whats with the name calling ? 

 

 

 

 

Yep - pretty silly - apologies.

 

Should have said - the data is not particularly useful if NZ is not shown separately.


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