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How fast is your Internet?

  

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  1. 1. What is you internet speed? (Download)

    • < 5 Mbps
      2
    • 5-10 Mbps
      4
    • 10-20 Mbps
      5
    • 20-30 Mbps
      2
    • 30-40 Mbps
      3
    • 40-50 Mbps
      2
    • 50-75 Mbps
      3
    • 75-100 Mbps
      2
    • > 100 Mbps
      4


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I had a friend move to San Francisco and he pays $30/month for like 70-80 Mbps / 30 Mbps. I'd trade my speed for his haha. Hard to get a higher upload speed on residential line.

Edited by AZNguyen

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I pay for a 30Mbps per second but I am thinking they upgraded me and didn't tell me

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Edited by GabrielTessin

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Paying for 20/1 Mbps and getting 12/1 Mbps (ADSL). Waiting for VDSL to become available here so we can get higher speeds without paying more  :rolleyes: 

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Well, we don't get many options around here but at my fiancee's (where I am right now) Here's the speed test right after resetting the modem:

 

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It's 15/1 service so all looks well except for the part where an hour ago it had dropped to 7/1 with a 134ms ping (actually ping in the game I was playing kept spiking to ~800) It's crazy inconsistent.  At this location if you take away the TV discounts it's ~ $70 a month for this crap service, yet that's loads better than AT&T who offers either 6/1 with a 150GB data cap for $50 or for $100 you can get 30/5 with a 250GB data cap.

 

At my house I've got 20/1 that averages around 18/1 without constant issues for $40 a month through Northstate Communications (small local isp that only covers ~3 cities), my alternate there is TWC with the same 15/1 for $80 a month.

 

The house we're in the process of buying (same city as I live in now estimated close date June 16th) Northstate offers 80/30 for $45 a month or TWC offers a 100/5 service for $110 (The 20/1 with TWC is around $60 there)

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Well, we don't get many options around here but at my fiancee's (where I am right now) Here's the speed test right after resetting the modem:

 

3519918934.png

 

It's 15/1 service so all looks well except for the part where an hour ago it had dropped to 7/1 with a 134ms ping (actually ping in the game I was playing kept spiking to ~800) It's crazy inconsistent.  At this location if you take away the TV discounts it's ~ $70 a month for this crap service, yet that's loads better than AT&T who offers either 6/1 with a 150GB data cap for $50 or for $100 you can get 30/5 with a 250GB data cap.

 

At my house I've got 20/1 that averages around 18/1 without constant issues for $40 a month through Northstate Communications (small local isp that only covers ~3 cities), my alternate there is TWC with the same 15/1 for $80 a month.

 

The house we're in the process of buying (same city as I live in now estimated close date June 16th) Northstate offers 80/30 for $45 a month or TWC offers a 100/5 service for $110 (The 20/1 with TWC is around $60 there)

Thats terrible, I live in MN and a pretty rural part of it (small town) and I am getting 65/6 mbps for $50 and I could get internet as fast as 200mbps for about $150.

However my parents live an hour away and they pay $50 a month for 1.5/.5 internet. That is 1.5mbps download, on a good day. 

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It kind of fluctuates, but I'm almost always above 30 mb/s unless its during peak hours (aka right now). 

Edited by Onion

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7 down less than 1 up, i live just south of kansas city, i could throw a football from my house and hit someone who has google fiber  :vmad:

 

 

i think kennethk's area is getting google fiber next year

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