Internet Speeds (2013 - )

Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by SCHUMI_4EVER, Apr 8, 2013.

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Your internet speed is?

  1. Mobile 3G and 2G/Edge/GPRS (please only vote mobile if that's your primary form of connection to the

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  2. Mobile 4G and LTE

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  3. Less than 1Mb/s

    6.7%
  4. 1Mb/s - 2Mb/s

    3.3%
  5. 2Mb/s - 4Mb/s

    6.7%
  6. 4Mb/s - 10Mb/s

    20.0%
  7. 10Mb/s - 20Mb/s

    30.0%
  8. 20Mb/s - 40Mb/s

    13.3%
  9. 40Mb/s - 60Mb/s

    10.0%
  10. 60Mb/s - 80Mb/s

    3.3%
  11. 80Mb/s - 100Mb/s

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  12. 100Mb/s +

    6.7%
  1. @ruantec

    @ruantec Crazy GFX coder Emu Author

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    Where are you from if I may ask? :p
  2. Strike105X

    Strike105X ヒットハード&高速 Award Winner!

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    Based on the conversation he had with Nightmare i'm guessing Malaysia.
  3. @ruantec

    @ruantec Crazy GFX coder Emu Author

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    Ah, i thought Canada hehehehehe.
  4. Silenus

    Silenus Pilgrim Junior Contributor

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    I voted when I had 2mb some years ago.
    Now I have 10mb. Paying 50 bucks with a land line and some minutes.
  5. Thanakil

    Thanakil NGemu Award Winner Award Winner!

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    Competition remains low in Canada and prices remain high. This is despite my province having some of the lowest internet prices in the country.
    20mbps/10mbps with 350gb monthly limit offered for 50$. Another 5$ removes upload from the monthly limit and allows unlimited download from 2am to 2pm.
    That's 55$ Canadian, also known as 40USD.

    With that said, there are two good things I can say about my internet provider.
    1) Latency is super low and the connection is incredibly stable. This is what I looked forward to the most since I play a lot of online games.
    2) Many providers dick you over by saying their connection is "up to" 20mbps. This provider announces it the same, but I actually get 22mbps during peak hours. They're good.

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  6. Yeloazndevil

    Yeloazndevil Administrator Staff Member

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    upgraded my speed, not really with at&t on resold net without any of the at&t problems
  7. Phil

    Phil Site Owner Award Winner!

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    Finally Upgraded. Comcast Blast! 200Mbps. I have Gigabit Pro in my area (2Gbps) for 1$149 (Contract, $299 month to month)but it's $1000 to install and $1100 to break a contract if you move. And it takes (drumroll) 2-3 Months to install.

    So, yeah, ill pass for now.



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  8. Robert

    Robert New Member

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    Line Rate - Upstream (Kbps): 1066

    Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps):6272

    Still on copper telephone wires here.
  9. Squall-Leonh@rt

    Squall-Leonh@rt Maybe I'm a Lion

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  10. Strike105X

    Strike105X ヒットハード&高速 Award Winner!

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    Cool so you finally ended up with a good connection as well, i remember back when you where active it was hell, is it capped or uncapped now ? (i remember back when DS posted his saying that only capped ones where available).
  11. Paratech

    Paratech Active Member

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    I switched from Verizon to Spectrum (Formerly Time Warner) and decided to have some 'fun' and test a Steam Download.

    I uninstalled some games I haven't played to free up some hard drive space and then downloaded the Devil May Cry reboot.

    It downloaded in under 30 minutes at 7.x GB.

    On Verizon, I could get maybe 3GB per HOUR.

    I also committed the awful sin of playing the first mission in the game. How dare I play a game I purchased in a bundle...right? :p

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