Telecommunications in Brunei
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Telephone service throughout the country is good; international service is good to Southeast Asia, Middle East, Western Europe, and the US
Landing point for the SEA-ME-WE-3 optical telecommunications submarine cable that provides links to Asia, the Middle East, and Europe; the Asia-America Gateway submarine cable network provides new links to Asia and the US; the South-East Asia Japan Cable System linking Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Philippines and Thailand; satellite earth stations - 2 Intelsat (1 Indian Ocean and 1 Pacific Ocean) (2017) 
Internet service in Brunei is OK and could be better Brunei has fast connection speeds to servers in SEA but speeds are however slow to servers located outside of SEA and Asia. People have cable internet through Telbru and their ftth system actually have somewhat good internet.
- Internet service providers: 2 (2017), Telbru and Go!Broadband of DSTCom
- Country code: .bn
- Internet hosts: 14,950 (2008)
- Internet users: 306,000 (2017) 
Brunei's Internet service is monopolized by Telekom Brunei. ADSL speeds were ranging from 512 kbit/s to the maximum speed of 1 Mbit/s through ADSL2+ broadband. 1 Mbit/s was introduced in 2006 and priced at BND$128 per month (Equivalent to Singapore currency). It is known that the Brunei's broadband ranging from 512 kbit/s to 1 Mbit/s is one of the most expensive in the world. The limited market in Brunei means that new developments in the telecommunications sector is stagnant. Currently only about 110,000 users out of a population of 380,000 have any connection to the Internet.
In 2002, Telekom Brunei was incorporated become Telekom Brunei Berhad (TelBru). In 2008, the internet were improved with dramatically with speeds ranging from 1Mbit/s to maximum speed of 5Mbit/s. Price starting from B$65 to B$105 per month respectively.
In 2016 Telbru drastically reduced the price and increased the speeds of its broadband plans. Due to the fact that a significant number of people were now connected via FTTH and not the old copper cables.
|Type of plan||Bandwidth Up To||Monthly Charge||Quota|
|Quota Based||10 Mbps||$25||50GB|
|Quota Based||10 Mbps||$39||100GB|
|Quota Based||15 Mbps||$59||200GB|
|Quota Based||20 Mbps||$75||250GB|
|Quota Based||20 Mbps||$99||350GB|
|High Speed Quota Based||30 Mbps||$75||50GB|
|High Speed Quota Based||45 Mbps||$135||100GB|
|High Speed Quota Based||60 Mbps||$240||200GB|
|High Speed Quota Based||100 Mbps||$290||250GB|
|High Speed Quota Based||300 Mbps||$350||350GB|
- Terrestrial TV Stations (Free to air)
In some areas residents may enjoy some of the Malaysian TV channels
- RTB Perdana (Formerly known as RTB 1 and RTB 5) - An 18-hour national flagship channel of Radio Television Brunei aired news and information programs, with local and sinetron Indonesia series in 1080p HDTV.
- RTB Aneka (Formerly known as RTB 2 and RTB 3 HD) - A 14-hour second channel of Radio Television Brunei airs entertainment programmes in 1080p HDTV.
- RTB Sukmaindera (Formerly known as RTB 4) - A 24-hour international satellite television channel airing all of RTB programs both locally and internationally in 1080p HDTV.
- Pay TV (Satellite TV) 1 - Kristal Astro
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