First internet connection of 6,000 Mega is launched in southern Brazil town

New in the country, the novelty began to be commercially sold on November 30, and is available in the city of Jaraguá do Sul, in Santa Catarina state.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The company Naxi launched the first symmetrical 6,000 Mega internet plan in the national market, which offers the same download and upload speed in retail residential packages - 6,000 Mbps. New in the country, the novelty began to be sold on November 30, and is available in the city of Jaraguá do Sul, in Santa Catarina state.

Considered the fastest internet in Brazil at the moment, the broadband sold by the operator uses the XGS-PON technology, implemented in partnership with Venko Networks. According to the company, the plan includes specific equipment, through which it . . .

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