The Federal Communications Commission has completed a sweeping study of broadband capacity in the U.S. and found that service providers mostly provide access at the speeds they advertise. The study determined that during peak hours, ISPs delivered broadband capacity of at least 80% of what was advertised, a significant improvement over 2009, when promised service and actual delivery capacity differed by as much as 50%.

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