Sheesh with a data cap like that you might as well have just 1Mbps not 24Mbps. I'm on 4Mbps unlimited with 0.4Mbps upload. for the same price...
Basically blame Telstra here in Aussie Land
We actually need fast internet in my household >.>, and its cheaper to be on 24Mbps than it is 1.5Mbps
But for an extra $10/mth I could get 20GB but really 40GB in downloads cause theres External and 'Local'... (if you want info PM me.)
and I get 3GB of usenet free/mth, some free data thing with other Adam Internet users near me and VoIP for $5 extra/mth... not too shabby
Country: United States
Provider: Comcast Communications
Max Download Speed: 16 MB/s (700KB/sec)
Max Upload Speed: 2 MB/s
Cost Per Month: Over $100 that is all I know.
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None
A little change since last post:
Max Download Speed: 6.6 Mb/s (around 770KByte/sec via torrents. 820 via FTP/HTTP)
Max Upload Speed: 6.6 Mb/s (never saw anything higher then 760KByte/sec)
Cost Per Month: around $36/month
Download/Upload Limits: Unlimited
Country: China Provider: China Telecom Max Download Speed: 2M (256KB/s) Max Upload Speed: .0.5M (64KB/s) Cost Per Month: ￥163 Renminbi Yuan(Almost $23) Download/Upload Limits (if any): None
My connection speed is 11.0 Mbps. I'm not sure about the maximum download speed or the maximem upload speed but anyway, welcome back nix, even though I only know you from my earlier days of the scene back when I just lurked here.
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