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, a Utah based triple play provider, announced they have started offering a symmetrical 50 Mbps for $39.95/month. Mstar uses facilities from , the largest municipally owned FTTH network in the U.S. Mstar previously offered a 15 Mbps service before moving to the new symmetrical 50 Mbps service.

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2 thoughts on “Symmetrical 50 Mbps Service for $39.95/month

  1. When will it ever stop! Does anyone really need 50 Mbps for Internet access. I can’t understand what they are doing with it.

  2. This is about bigger and better. Doesn’t matter what they are doing with it. Why do people “super size” their fries at mcDonalds? Do they really need all those fries. Nope. This is a perception game – bigger and better wins in this culture.

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