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As I said, I get 11Mbps and change more than I'm paying for in upload speed, which I have never seen before. Besides, I rarely even hit 29Mbps in upload speed.
So something seem to be going on with their Windows app.
Also, you have really fast internet for someone living in the UK.

I only 1GBiT on a 10-100TB network so I don't complain :D

I know the ping is off but that's because of a secured VPN connection I use for my home network, if I was at the office there would be like 200Mbit :(
 

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I have upgraded and now my download is faster than the WIFI on my laptop which is 100% expected. What I'm looking forward to is having 40mbit up instead of 10, which should be great for working remotely. We got rid of cable tv, so I splurged on the best money can buy, short of getting FTTH. If I was plugged in with a wire, download should be almost a gig.
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I did another run after connecting the tower to the TV and plugging it in with an ethernet cable. Not too shabby.
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I don't know how you guys/gals put up with such anaemic upload speeds (41mbps = 5MBps) vs the fibre 900/500 I have here with FTTH I regularly get 528mbps upload speeds (528mbps = 66MBps)

mbps = megabits per second & MBps = MegaBytes per second
 
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Because Fiber is not an option in most cities and towns in states. And you meant anemic.
 

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Got a free 50% upgrade of download/upload speed today (This result is by wifi) :D

 

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I don't know how you guys/gals put up with such anaemic upload speeds (41mbps = 5MBps) vs the fibre 900/500 I have here with FTTH I regularly get 528mbps upload speeds (528mbps = 66MBps)

mbps = megabits per second & MBps = MegaBytes per second
Cable internet has always been anemic on upload here in the US. For what it's worth though, download has almost 10 times as much bandwidth (RF-wise,) as upload. Theoretically, DOCSIS 3.1 allows for 10Gbit down and 1Gbit up, but that would require dedicating a ton of upload channels for a single customer. Either way, I'm pretty thrilled that I can get these kinds of speed without getting fiber run.
 
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my new internet connection, same speed but whole lot cheaper, initially we got 300mbps but it was much more expensive annually compared to 100mbps so we downgraded our plan to save some money
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my new internet connection, same speed but whole lot cheaper, initially we got 300mbps but it was much more expensive annually compared to 100mbps so we downgraded our plan to save some money
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Which provider do you have and where was the speedtest server located? 4ms ping is really good.
 
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Which provider do you have and where was the speedtest server located? 4ms ping is really good.
it's excitel, server is a nearby city. I used to get better ping with my previous ISP as they have servers in my city, 1-2ms usually.
 
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