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Post by spaceship9 »

Country: US
Provider: Not sure. I always say Neighbor's WiFi
Max Download Speed: 5-15MBp/s... varies. generally around 15 at 2 in the morning and 5 or less during peak times
Max Upload Speed: 1-5
Cost Per Month: I don't pay... though my neighbor pays $80 a month
Download/Upload Limits (if any): always highspeed, but the exact amount of speed varies by the hour... minimum is 5 maximum is 15
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Country:USA
Provider:Comcst
Max Download Speed:7627kbps
Max Upload Speed: 1259 kbps
Cost Per Month:about $30

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Country: UK
Provider: Orange/Wanadoo/Freeserve
Max Download Speed: 7200 KBPS (meant to be 8000)
Max Upload Speed: 448 KBPS
Cost Per Month: £19.99
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None
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Forget DNS/HTTPS or DNS/TLS, the future is DNS over Avian.

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Post by Tiberiu »

Here is my Info:

Country: Germany
Provider: Alice/Hansenet
Max Download Speed: 16 Mbit/s (2 MB/s)
Max Upload Speed: 1 Mbit/s (126 kB/s)
Cost Per Month: about 50€ (+Telephon Flat)
Download/Upload Limits (if any): No

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Country: Germany
Provider: Deutsche Telekom AG
Max Download Speed: 16 Mbit/s
Max Upload Speed: 1 Mbit/s
Cost Per Month: about 60€ ( +Telephon Flat + 8500points of Hotspot Flat )
Download/Upload Limits (if any): 24h Auto disconnect

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Post by mdogg »

Country: Aussie
Provider: Bigpond
Max Download Speed: 1.5Mbps
Max Upload Speed: 0.2Mbps
Cost Per Month: $35.00
Download/Upload Limits (if any): slowed after 12gb

Admin edit: I assume you mean Mbps not Kbps so I edited it for you.

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Post by XX55XX »

Country: United States
Provider: Verizon
Max Download Speed: 768 kbps
Max Upload Speed: 128 kbps
Cost per month: 19.99 + some other fees
Download/Upload Limits (if any): none

hounsell

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Country: England
Provider: Tiscali Broadband
Max Download Speed: 2.0Mbit/s
Max Upload Speed: 0.2MBit/s
Cost Per Month: £14.99
Download/Upload Limits (if any): Fair Usage Policy Applies, But not really enforced, it seems

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Post by Rob Jansen »

Country: Netherlands
Provider: Chello.nl
Max Download Speed: 100MBit/s
Max Upload Speed: 0.7MBit/s
Cost Per Month: €70
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None

The price is high because is also had, telephone and analog tv and digital tv.
Last edited by Rob Jansen on Thu Aug 09, 2007 6:20 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Country: US
Provider: Time Warner (Road Runner)
Max Download Speed: 10 Mbps
Max Upload Speed: 384 Kbps
Cost Per Month: Comes in a package of several things (not just internet) for $100
Download/Upload Limits (if any): Nil.
Last edited by GRJParker on Mon Aug 06, 2007 5:20 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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Andy wrote:Image
http server.

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Post by compact-mac »

Beta Freak wrote:
Andy wrote:Image
http server.
Stop showing off Andy
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Post by Andy »

Compact-mac wrote:
Beta Freak wrote:
Andy wrote:Image
http server.
Stop showing off Andy
Hehe, yes it is indeed the HTTP server. However the speedtest isn't fast enough to show its full potential. I have downloaded from Microsoft at over 70Mbps before.

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Country: Brazil
Provider: Brasil Telecom
Max Download Speed: 256Kbps (32KB/s)
Max Upload Speed: 128Kbps (16KB/s)
Cost Per Month: R$ 90($50)

I'll put 2mbps next month.

Simple: Kpbs / 8 = KB

EX: 256 / 8 = 32
2048 / 8 = 256.

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Post by MiXxY »

Country: UK
Provider: Be
Max Download Speed: 24 meg (actual about 22 meg)
Max Upload Speed: 2.5 meg (actual about 2 meg)
Cost Per Month: £40
Download/Upload Limits (if any): nope

My dads home connection for his work
pity i dont get to use it often

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i'm from Germany ^.^

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Post by Jeff »

Country: USA
Provider: AT&T (SBC Global)
Max Download Speed: 3mbit/s (300KB/s)
Max Upload Speed: .5mbit/s (50KB/s)
Cost Per Month: $25
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None


Just got an upgrade, it doubled my speed
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Post by Andy »

white_fish wrote:Image
Why oh why can't people post in the topic like everyone else has using the template in the first post?

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Provider: AT&T
Location: DFW Metroplex
Down Speed: 6MB/s
Up Speed: 512k/s
Connection Type: DSL
Cost per month: $44.95

This is sufficient for my needs right now, but I am wanting to put up a private server for everyone here and it's probably gonna take fiber (which is currently offered in my neighborhood now)
Laptop: Precision M6300 2.4GHz Core 2 T8300 / 4GB RAM / 320GB HD / ATI Quadro FX 3600m
Server: PowerEdge 1950 (Gen III) (x1) 2.5Ghz Xeon E5420 / 24GB FB-DDR2 / 1.5tb 7.2k SAS RAID 0
Desktop: Precision T5500 2.66GHz Xeon X5650 / 24GB DDR3 ECC / 2x 300GB Seagate 15k7

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Post by Civil »

Country: Russia
Provider: Corbina
Max Download Speed: 5120Kbit/sec (in real live ~620KByte/Sec)
Max Upload Speed: 5120Kbit/sec (but on real task usualy around 570KByte/sec in bittorrent)
Cost Per Month: ~35 USD
Download/Upload Limits (if any): None

This is what speedtest.net says:
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Post by MOSZEUSZ »

Country:Poland
Provider:IT Res
Max Download Speed:512kbps
Max Upload Speed: 512 kbps
Cost Per Month: 65 PLN (~24$)

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Post by iavor5 »

Country:Bulgaria
Provider: Eurocom
Max Download Speed:512 kbps
Max Upload Speed:128 kbps
Cost Per Month: 20 $

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Post by happy dude »

Country: Australia
Provider: Adam Internet
Max Download Speed: 24Mbps
Max Upload Speed: 1Mbps
Cost Per Month: $44.95
Download/Upload Limits (if any): 10GB down, 10GB up, 10GB "local data". Damn Telstra... ruin Australia's internet :\

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Thats on a wireless connection to my router, modem says I'm syncing at:

Downstream / Upstream (Kbps) 5280/896
Last edited by happy dude on Sat Oct 27, 2007 1:04 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Post by Andy »

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...

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