Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by DanishDevil, Aug 13, 2009.
$55 a month.
At university apartments (through ASUS RT-N56U):
Back at home (middle of nowhere, but still, for the 15 Mbps $45 package, it is terrible):
Its pretty cool to get nearly gigabit speeds, but in reality you are not going to realize the speed 99% of the time (plus, you are nearing the max transfer rates of some HDDs). I was more than happy with 100 megabit speeds, but for some reason my old router had an average ping of over 100 ms (WRT120N junk). A router upgrade DID help a lot, and dual band enables un-handicapped wireless use in an EXTREMELY noisy environment (moved to 5 GHz). I'd say 20-25 Mbps down and 1-2 Mbps up with a sub 15 ms ping would be plenty for most people.
Depends on connection, price and what you are promised. It's pretty slow, but if it's 3G or a slow DSL it might be on the spot. It also depends on where you live of course.
You can do the test at speedtest.net and upload a picture here if you want to.
1.83 Mbps 0.45 Mbps upload, North Carolina with CenturyLink, paying for 3 Mbps and I'm stuck with this crap, any good alternative providers you could recommend?
I pay for about $63/month (or RM200/month), not bad actually.
I would do crazy things for internet that good, I wish I had more options here :/
Is actually 30Mb down but u know speedtest :/
Choose a different server. When I was at 100mbps only a few servers in Scandinavia reached those speeds.
EDIT: Wait, WiFi. Could be that. Not very bad for wifi actually.
€9/month. Used to have 100/25 included in rent (which was €220).
Yer it's the wifi I can get peaks of 30Mbit when doing a dl but speedtest doesnt include them as its an average.
Still liking the fiber.
Fiber optic FTW!
100GB per month service here in Toronto, Canada. For this I pay around $60 CAD per month.
ISP says they implemented optical fibre in dense traffic routes. seems to have paid off.
I pay for 64 bucks for Cox Premier Service. My speeds should be 25 mbps down 3 up. I switch to a DOSIS3 modem and I get from 30 mbps to...
I can't share my speed test for some reason so here is a screen shot.
wonder how HE is doing now
from my phone...
After i changed my provider...
UPC Romania - I pay like 8 USD / month ...
Last year i was with this provider (Vesatel) and i payed like 15 bucks ...
I pay $45 512K Up/256K Down but they have only billed me 2-3 times I've had it for almost 2 years.
Still have that 50 Mb/s (down) 8 Mb/s (up) line, only the yield is lower for some reason.
i'm quite happy with my provider and i pay 20$ which include digital cable tv not bad
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