Nuro .JP : Get 10 Gbps Internet access in Japan for $56 bucks!

Japan is at the forefront of technology, with insanely fast Internet speeds.

Nuro Japan, operating from the domain, offers an insane Internet package that’d make most geeks turn green with envy.

It’s now possible to get 10Gbps Internet access wired to your home, a speed that puts Google fiber to shame!

The cost is remarkably low: 6480 yen per month, or $56 dollars, after an installation fee of 40000 yen, or $346 dollars at the going rate.

Nuro Japan offers slower packages as well, but who in their right mind would not want to go this fast?

Here is the Nuro Japan 10Gbps Internet access in detail, translated from Japanese into English.

Incidentally, the domain is available for lease or sale via Francois Carrillo’s domain service.

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5 Responses to “Nuro .JP : Get 10 Gbps Internet access in Japan for $56 bucks!”
  1. David says:

    Got me all excited on a Monday morning.

    Checked my zip code but it’s unavailable in Okinawa. Oh well, I guess I just have to live with my 1 Gbps at ~$20/month for now. 🙁

  2. Francois says: got a lot attention this summer, from a messenger app company, an AI search engine and a firm specialized in robotic.

  3. DomainGang says:

    Francois – Now you have the speed demons from Japan 😀

    David – Rub it in ! 😛

  4. David says:

    It’s not really that good. I’m unsure if my ISP throttles, servers I’m accessing are limiting, or even perhaps maybe it’s just the write speeds to my SD card. I get an average of 16-18 Mbps (can download 2-2.25 MB/s), but, I can get this rate over 4+ files (never had the need to download more) while still being able to stream Netflix at FHD on two TVs and 1080p on YouTube on a mobile phone. 😉

  5. DomainGang says:

    David – As you probably know, the fastest non-fiber cable Internet in the US is around 300 Mbps for $100+ /month. It’s also heavily asymmetrical, with upload speeds around the 20 Mbps mark. So Japan – and South Korea, for that matter – are light years ahead of the US.

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