last week i gave the 105meg a whirl
See sig. Gotta be the most lopsided connection here
Not exactly the greatest, but the greatest available at my location
Comcast Business, still docsis 2 here, $109/month
I did get to hang out with with our IT guys and the AT&T fiber install crew this morning as they ran a 24 pair fiber line into our building. We are going to only use 2 of the fibers for a 20/20 Qwest connection
You're only as fast as the server/PC you're downloading from. If they upload at 2 or 5mb/s and you DL at 100, guess what?
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I have an amazing 2-3Meg download at best with 0.75Meg upload, all for the low price of £17 / month.
This is the best I can get in my area and I live on the very edge of a city. (Penwortham, England.) It's ridiculous.
I'm having to look into getting a leased line and am hoping that TalkInternet (Virgin business reseller) will take pitty on me and cut me some slack with the price.
I'd happily pay £100 / month for unlimited 40 / 10 FTTC, but although our exchange is activated for FTTC BT haven't actually placed any cabinets in the area.
Last edited by yngndrw; 04-15-2011 at 12:52 PM.
CPU: Intel Core i7-4930k [3326B667]
CPU Heatsink: NZXT Kraken X60
Mobo: ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition (0403 BIOS)
MEM: 4x 4gig G.Skill [F3-2400C9Q-16GTXD] (Dual Sidded Samsung of Some Sorts)
PSU: Antec HCP-850 Platinum
VGA: nVidia Grid VGX K2 (WIP with 2x 680 lightnings)
Monitor: ASUS VG278HE & 3DVision2 Kit
Drives: 2x WD Red 2TB Drives [WDBMMA0020HNC-NRSN] (RAID 0), Corsair Force Series 3 CSSD-F60GB3A-BK 60GB SATA3 SSD, Pioneer BDR-2208 Blue Ray Burner
Case: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra
OS's: Windows 2003 Enterprise x86 SP2-R2 VLM, Windows 7 Standard Embedded x86 SP1 EVL (128GB Patched), Windows 7 Standard Embedded x64 SP1 EVL
Mouse: Using generic mouse for now...
Arm:Samsung Galaxy S IV i9500 Octo-Core Quad Band 16gb Unlocked and 2x 64gig sd cards
for about 20 bucks per month
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Embarrassing Australian crap in a remote-esque area -
$40 AUD /month, completely unlimited...
[Edit] Curious to know if anyone here has Gb/s net ??? or for that matter what the fastest connection in the world is, I heard it used to be the one from CERN in Geneva to California (6.63Gb/s) ???
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hey guys, need some help here
just picked up a samsung verizon hotspot 4G box....
i want toget rid of my DSL.....
with the hotspot 4g box i can plug usb direct to my home main computer ......
i have 2 other labtops with wifi connections in other rooms.....
once i go usb to my main computer with the usb cord it kills the wifi signal to the other computers.....so im thinking i will get a pci express wifi card...
whats the good wifi cards out there, is this a real good one "D-Link DWA-556 Xtreme N PCI Express Desktop Adapter
or are there better....thanks my sig is my system
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Since I'm a Telecom Company employee I did not pay my DSL connection per month plus I can diagnose and configure de DSLAM myself! I've started with 4MB/512KB then after a new DSLAM came to service near my home I bosted it to 12/1 and after my home network was upgraded to newer cables and everything, bosted it to 14/1... Still need to change the outside cable that runs to the DSLAM, waiting for a truck to crush it!!
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