Read the title.
We pay for 25 up 25 down so not bad.
7 Mb/s down and 768 K up. This is Frontier Communications (formerly Verizon) DSL in the Seattle area.
Snohomish County, Washington USA
Hughes Satellite. We're also limited to 250 MB a day.
Never try to teach a pig to sing...
Kind of pathetic for a work system:
Up to 12 dn. Occasionally goes up to 14.
Actually, that's not as bad as I expected. It's usually pretty terrible here -- and I pay extra for a "faster" connection.
Last edited by gbcb; 10-04-11 at 09:52 AM.
I have service that is slowly closing down(no new customers). I pay 55/mo for 384k d/u,unlimited, but I'm regularly gettin 1.5-2x the speed as other users switch. Slow, I know, but was much more affordable than 150-180/mo I was paying for cable modem when I signed up.
I use my cell phone for internet access. It's never seemed terribly slow to me. Youtube videos usually load more quickly than with my former DSL service.
I'm not even sure what our service is supposed to be, but it works fine for me!
From work, home is 15down 10up
The few, the proud, the likely insane, Metro-Atlanta bicycle commuters.
We have cable tv/internet and it varies between about 6M download and 15M download. Plus the service overall sucks. I had a lot of outages and downtime so I started keeping a diary. In a 10 week period our internet failed at least 17 days.
Knows the weight of my bike to the nearest 10 pounds.
pffff, you call that fast? my internet connection made the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs
A former co-worker in the Denver area subscribed to Comcast's "Extreme 105" service recently and sent out the results of a speed test that showed ~114Mbps.
huh - I really don't have an issue with my laptop internet (t-mobile - it varies from 3-4G) - and it's freaking way more faster than my work computer.
this seems odd. hmm
I was just about to be done with speed checking. Signal from the pyramid was half way to my location and then it hit me. Thought: "Why the hell do I need to display my internet speed? So I clicked X.
32mph on the flat.