Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by DanishDevil, Aug 13, 2009.
€10/month for 6 months and the it'll be €15/m.
The big problem is not investing in Brazil Infrastructure.
but, this go change segund Dilma Ruseff.
Equivalent of 6.50 Euro
This is my actual speed
But I'm lucky because Movistar is installing FTTH in my neighbourhood so I hope very soon I'll be connected at 50/5 Mbps
How do you explain the speeds and prices in nordic countries then? I'm sure the internet userbase of Mexico alone surpasses the entire population of Sweden and Finland combined, so I don't agree with what you say. Supossedly by the end of this year we'll have optic fiber and our speeds will double for free. I hope it's true. Anyway, thanks for anwering.
The download speed is trivial for home users once you hit 100Mbps or so for now, but the egress speeds are what is important to most "power users". The ingress traffic is extremely cheap to your ISP. That's why you might get 50Mbps ingress and only 5Mbps egress. Nothing beats having a pure 1Gbps uplink that comes from over 100Gbps of bgp'd fiber. If only I could have Cogent install a loop back to my home from a gig port at the DC......
I hate Australia, I'm paying for a 30/2 connection, yet my street has no cable so I'm at 6mb/1mb :/
I pay $90 a month for this f##cker. Hope they put cable in my street...
Cabletel - Macedonia. 30 eur/month including Cable TV and Phone unlimited internet. Great deal.
That is quite a deal! It's about $130/mo to get that here.
you dont want cable. dont me lame. you want NBN.
you dont want cable. dont be lame. you want NBN.
Even though they charge 4$ extra per month for DMZ/publicIP. With that much of upload it would make great Home LAMP server.
Incredibly slow, some days can hit 27mb, but I am in a small town in the middle of nowhere!
25/25 that is magically 45/35
unfortunately i don't think verizon will be upping speeds much further. they don't have the headroom to drop anything like 100/100 yet since they're very strict about preventing over subscribing.
as it stands, they have room for 80 / 40, probably 75 / 35 realistically since they split a 2.5 / 1.25 gigabit GPON between 32 people.
I got 2322 Kbps on my 3G the other day when i tested it. I tested my speed in the site IP-Details.com and was pleased with that speed. I am in New York.
So I'm going to college at marquette univ. the internet is insanely fast here lol just wanted to brag about it to you guys
Wired, home, ADSL
I used to have that kind of connection included in my rent at my old place. Upload was only ~30mbps though.
Doubled from 2009 in speed
Hurray for fiber optic?
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