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merty
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Post by merty »

Country: Australia
Provider: Bendigo Community Telco
Max Download Speed: 512Kbit
Max Upload Speed: 128Kbit
Cost Per Month: $64.95
Download/Upload Limits (if any): Unlimited

Same awesome Telco different plan and house .
(It appears that I bashed the telco in the past.......Now i love it )

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Post by happy dude »

Andy wrote: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

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5.00 MBPS
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RichardG867
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Post by RichardG867 »

It's only my future plan!

Country: Brazil
Provider: Velox
Max Download Speed: 8 mbps (~1012 KB/sec.)
Max Upload Speed: ???
Cost Per Month: R$199,00 (~$105)
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None

sevan
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Post by sevan »

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

Randomiser
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My Speed

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Country: England
Provider: BT Total Broadband (Option 3)
Max Download Speed: 8Mbps (1012Kbits)
Max Upload Speed: 235Kbit
Cost Per Month: £24.99
Download/Upload Limits (if any): Unlimited

Beta_Train
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Post by Beta_Train »

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It suits my needs, I guess
Country: Canada
Provider: Aliant
Max Download Speed: 1.5Mbps
Max Upload Speed: 678Kbps
Cost Per Month: Included with phone
Download/Upload Limits (if any): nope

Jamson

Post by Jamson »

Country: Australia
Provider: iPrimus
Max Download Speed: 1500kb/s
Max Upload Speed: 256kb/s
Cost Per Month: $69.99
Download/Upload Limits (if any): 20gb

IsaacD
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Location: Lismore, NSW, Australia

Post by IsaacD »

Country: Australia
Provider: TPG Internet
Max Download Speed: 8Mbs
Max Upload Speed: 387Kbs
Cost Per Month: $99.95
Download/Upload Limits (if any): 40GB (Throttled afterward without excess charges)

I know 40GB doesn't sound like very much, but I'm just a regular user now, I don't download Movies, OS's and the like.

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Post by happy dude »

Pfft, I'm on 20GB and were still getting shaped...grandmother being the biggest downloader =\

constrictor
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Post by constrictor »

Country: US
Provider: Verizon
Max Download Speed: Lol like 90 kbps
Max Upload Speed: 17 kbps
Cost Per Month: 14.99
Download/Upload Limits: none but its shotty 90kbps

Yeah im stuck with it for 2 years at least. Its supposed to be 768 download as that was advertised but im getting 256 i think oh well.
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Post by viper »

Country: USA
Provider: Verizon FIOS
Max Download Speed: 5 Mb/s (testing: it comes in around 645 KB/s)
Max Upload Speed: 2 Mb/s
Cost Per Month: $35.00
Download/Upload Limits: Unlimited

Total cost including Freedom telephone plan & HD TV is around $135.00 a month.

zdanee
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Post by zdanee »

Country: Hungary
Provider: N/A
Max Dl speed: 50025 kb/s
Max Up speed: 10859 kb/s
cost per month: free
Dl/Ul limit: none
Other: banned anything except 80,21,22,23
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Ok, just kidding, its my universitys connection.
rm -R *

Civil

Post by Civil »

A little change since last post:
Country: Russia
Provider: Corbina
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

This is what speedtest says:
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mewrox99
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Post by mewrox99 »

Country:New Zealand
Provider:Xtra
Max Download Speed:3.5Mbs (~400KB/s)
Max Upload Speed:~200kbs (~25KB/s)
Cost Per Month:NZ$79.95
Download/Upload Limits (if any):15GB transfer a month, then 2c/MB

alexads66

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Country: France
Provider: 9 Telecom
Max Download Speed: 2580 ko/s
Max Upload Speed: 125 ko/s
Cost Per Month: 39.99 € ( with antivirus option )
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None

EDIT : But fiber optics comes france

nix
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Post by nix »

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

WinPC

Post by WinPC »

nix wrote: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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Post by happy dude »

11.0 mbps is your wireless/NIC adapter. Not your connection

KenOath

Post by KenOath »

happy dude wrote:11.0 mbps is your wireless/NIC adapter. Not your connection
Exactly, I'm on a 1.5mbps down, 256kbps up yet when connected I get a
baloon message from the NIC that says 100mbps...

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Post by xeeynamo »

Download: 1890kbs/s
Upload: 210kbs/s

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Mine:

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RichardG867
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Post by RichardG867 »

I posted my future plan here a while ago, but here is my current connection:

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Rob Jansen
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Post by Rob Jansen »

Are you on dial-up?
I have an download of 79XX (dont know exactly).
I hope you get broadband of something fast to download betas otherwise it can take a while.

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Post by Kenneth »

Download: 3012 Kbps (~300 Kb/s)
Upload: 512 Kbps (~51 Kb/s)

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