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Iranian ISPs Ranked by Users

During a six-month survey carried out between March 21 and Sept. 22, hundreds of internet users were questioned about the quality of services
Iranian ISPs Ranked by UsersIranian ISPs Ranked by Users

Iran’s Communications Regulatory Authority has released the results of a survey on users’ opinion about major local landline and broadband wireless services (WiMax).
During a survey conducted between March 21 and Sept. 22, hundreds of internet users were questioned about the quality of services, CRA reported on its website.
Users were questioned about the general quality of services, speed, costs and after-sales services. Based on users’ opinion, Shatel, Sabanet and Datak were respectively hailed as the best Iranian landline internet service providers.
Based on the aforementioned criteria and users’ input, ISPs can receive up to 20 scores from CRA. This was the fifth time that CRA conducted such a survey and says more will be undertaken.
Privately-owned ISP Shatel scored 15.99 in the survey, closely followed by Sabanet with 15.32 and Datak 14.8.
According to the report, the state-owned Telecommunications Company of Iran fared poorly in the survey and earned 10.92 points out of 20—the lowest score among major landline ISPs.

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