Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by DanishDevil, Aug 13, 2009.
i can go through that in a week
It's in the contract. A webpage pops up to notify you when you use 75% and 100% of your bandwidth. I use Rogers so the overage charges depend on which plan you have, they range from $5 to $2.50 per GB over your limit. Rogers is stupid and like to rip you off so... If you do end up moving to Canada I would highly recommend using TechSavvy. They have a min cap of 300GB with unlimited plans available. It's alot cheaper and they offer faster speeds for a lower price. My dad hates change so he refuses to switch, so i'm stuck with overpriced slow internet. Shaw is also pretty good if you're in the BC region.
Got a little bump in the office.
This is from the Coffee Shop. Comcast over a shared 802.11n WiFi router, 45 ft away. Later, maybe, I will check out the Deli, down the block.
Check if you can get distributel in your area. No bandwidth cap, and if you live in a town or city the speeds are much faster. http://www.distributel.ca/en/index
I finally got to a place with LTE, I've never experienced internet this fast!
that ping is sky high to go with it :/
I was in a car going 100kmh when I did that :3 I just tested in my home and this was the result.
I can do worse than that:
On my home internet no less
Enough with the small numbers!! (except the ping )
Got one attached file aswell, look at it, if you want
even my phone can beat that, and i only pay $15 a month lol
At work on my phone its about 10min drive out of town in town is like double the speed a lot faster then my cable Internet
WELCOME TO RURAL CANADA! We were still using dialup 5 years ago.
i'm so jealous
Upgraded to the fastest Comcast package in my area.
Still on Verizon... just updating.
Damn you guys and your uber fast net. My download imo, isn't too bad but my upload is ghastly. My 4G thing I used for the first half of the year is faster in both download and upload.
On my phone in a little country town in Australia
went from 30 down and 2 up to 60 down and 10 up d/l cap went from 275GB to 375GB
So apparently my cable my new apartment is disconnected at the pole, so I have to wait until Friday to get my service turned on. Got a new DOCSIS 3 modem so maybe I'll see some better speeds over my 10 year old 2.0 modem once the cable gets hooked back up as well.
So finally the Comcast guy came and reconnected the drop to the pole. My upstream power level is really high, but I think that's because there is a splitter in reverse on the coax coming into the house. The last owner must have had satellite because there is an old dish still here.
Either way not all is bad, 24/4.5 isn't too shabby. It's similar to what I was getting before which is fine with me.
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