Most New Zealanders are able to reliably stream high-definition video, such as Netflix and YouTube, most of the time, according to the competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, which says fibre performs the best in delivering video streaming services to consumers.
The potential of 5G technology to benefit consumers dispels the ICT “industry myth” that consumers are unwilling to pay a premium on 5G, according to a newly published study which found that smartphone users are willing to pay 20% more for fifth-generation servic — including more broadband choices — and half of early adopters would pay as much as 32% more.
The NBN Co will have to improve its game if the streaming media industry is to continue to make headway in Australia, with a survey finding that buffering is one of the biggest bugbears for users.
Take comfort in that when it takes 2 hours to watch a 90 minute movie on Netflix.
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