Potential savings for ISPs


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  • Saturday, 11 Jun 2011

KUALA LUMPUR: Internet service providers (ISPs) can potentially save more by paying less for international gateway and also reduce bandwidth congestions on their network following the instruction to block access to 10 peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing sites.

Analysts said more than 65% of all Internet traffic today stemmed from P2P file-sharing applications and if data consumption was lowered, it would result in ISPs paying less for their international gateway.

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