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Mobile internet must be fast everywhere

PA Consulting's research for the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs was featured in The article notes that PA Consulting proposes the Dutch government to introduce mobile speed of 8 megabits per second in 2022 and 10 megabits in 2026 at the extreme edges of a mobile network. The article goes on to say that this "is exceptionally high for international standards".

The article explains that if the requirements are met, this would mean that the mobile internet speed in the Netherlands can reach more than 100 megabits per second on average. 

The article goes on to say that together with telecom providers, the Dutch government is also looking at how the reach within homes an business can be improved. 

PA's report is also mentioned in other Dutch press, including, Telegraaf, Computable, Recht en Nieuws and Telecompaper. The full report by is publicly available, here.

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