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Post and rate your ISP Info!

-ISP Name

-What speed you're supposed to get

-What speed you actually get

-Rating (Out of 5)

-Cost (Optional)

I'll start :)

ISP: Rogers Hi-Speed

Plan: 25Mb/s

What I actually get: 0-10MB/s

Rating: 2/5. Internet will randomly cut out during parts of the day and is sometimes annoyingly slow -.-

I also hate the 80GB limit per month.

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  • ISP: Yousee/TDC

Plan: 100mb/s down and 100mb/s up

What I actually get: 90-150 mb/s down and 90-110 mb/s up

Costs about 40$ or 33€ a month

Rating: 4/5. I get unlimited data, a very reliable connection and higher speeds than promised. The reason it's only 4/5 is that the router/modem I am forced to use is slow on WIFI


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Time Warner Cable


50 down 5 up


30 down 1 up


2.5/5 


 


They throttle video streaming services and that's not cool. There customer support is also really bad so there's that.



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ISP: Elion

Plan: 12Mb/1Mb

What I acutally get: 11,3Mb/0.67Mb (Not exactly correct)

Rating: 4.5/5

Note: Its 20 euros a month + the Thompson router they sold us has been with us like 3-4 years and is soo damn hot I can fry eggs on it. I need the damn Thompson router to watch TV. Oh and Thompson routers dont want to connect places like GTA IV servers, says its too strict. I have tryed with open ports but its the router. One guy in Estonia tested it.


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Conn-x OTE(Greece)

24 Mb/s DOWN and 1 Mb/s UP

2.5 Mb/s DOWN and 0.7 Mb/s UP

1/5 (horrendous)

Also I pay 40Euro/month, which translates to 54$/34 pounds.

Also the latencies are horrible 45 ms to the closest thing possible and because I live in Greece I play with gamers all around the Europe but Greeks, its rare to find them... which sucks so my latency goes min 79 and ranges untill 120. Also I am not alone in the house so if someone else uses the internet just to load a low quality video or load a page I lag to 200ms+.

I beg for 10 Mb/s DOWN and good freaking latencies. Am I asking for too much?! Thanks!!


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-ISP Name (No idea)

-What speed you're supposed to get 12mb/s up 4/mb/s down

-What speed you actually get 7mb/s up 250kb/s down

-Rating (Out of 5) 1

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ISP: Storm wireless


Plan: 3Mb/s


What I actually get: 1 mbps on a good day


Rating: I'll let you judge


 


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Anvia(Finland)
10 Mb/s Down and 2 Mb/s Up
10,8 Mb/s Down and 1,6 Mb/s Up
5/5
No complaints, I even get higher speeds down than promised.
I would like to get fibre so I would have lower latencies and even higher speeds.(I live outside a town and there's fibre 2 km away from me :angry: )
(costs 35 €/month)

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- ANTEL (National Administration of Telecommunications)

- Supposed to get 3mbit / 0.5 (stupid adsl, fiber coming soon)

- I get  2790605113.png

-Rating 1/5. Is unreliable, support sucks, International conectivity sucks (huge ping to every fuckin place in the world)

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BT

Paying for up to 16mbps

Actually get 0.90 mbps down and 0.30 up

Unlimited data (like i could even go over 1gb in a month)

0.01/5 because they don't do anything good for us.


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ISP: Telenet


Plan: 150Mbps down, 5Mbps up


What I actually get: 143Mbps down, 4.7Mbps up


Rating: 3.5/5. Horrible upload speeds compared to the download speed, also, all ports till 1023 are blocked. Stupid limit of 250GB-1250GB depending on when you use it. Ping times are fine (>10ms)


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ISP: Telecom Argentina

Plan: 10mbps down / 0.85mbps up

Actually get: 10mbps / 0.70mbps up

Rating: 2/5. Horrible tech support, never invested in improving infrastructure. pay for u$d70 per month.....

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ISP: Rogers

Plan: 25Mb/s Down, 2Mb/s down

Real speed: Ethernet - 62Mb/s 2.18Mb/s Wifi - 40Mb/s 2Mb/s 

-Rating (Out of 5)

4 ish, wish it was faster, but It does perform better than it should.

 

You didn't ask about ping.

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ISP: Windsteam

Supposed to get: 12Mbps

Get: 9Mbps

2 out of five


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ISP: Charter

Supposed to get: 30 download and 4 upload

Get: 37 download and 4.5 upload

Rating: 5/5 I have had no down time my speeds are faster than what was promised and I only pay 30$ a month 


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I'm bias due to working for them, but I'll be honest :P

 

-ISP Name -- Lightwire Limited (New Zealand)

-What speed you're supposed to get -- Custom solution, >20mbps

-What speed you actually get -- 30-40mbps

-Rating (Out of 5) -- 4 (due to PPPoE sessions being dropped 3-5 times per day)

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ISP Name: Comcast/Xfinity

Plan: 50 down 10 up

Actual: 40 down 10 up

Rating: 4 for speed 0 for tech support

 

They upgraded our speed from 25 to 50mb down for FREE but it required a docsis 3.0 modem and they totally screwed up when they activated our new modem. First it didn't activate for 1/2 a day, then they screwed up and removed our phone service. 3 months later and we still cannot get onto their xfinity voice webpage for checking call logs or voicemail!

 

However, the internet service itself works great. Rarely any issues, no connection issues at all. I don't use their DNS so maybe that helps. Don't ask what I'm paying though. I'm stuck in bundle hell and if I unbundle they will charge even more.

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-ISP Name: iiNet (Australia)

-What speed you're supposed to get: No promise

-What speed you actually get: 4.7 down, 0.8 up

-Rating: 4.5 ( Reasonable customer service, slow speeds caused by 4 km cable length from exchange and frequent VoIP and Internet dropouts)

Fibre is coming soon though which will offer gigabit down and 400mbit up by the end of the year

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ISP: Verizon FIOS
What I am supposed to get: 75mbps/30mbps

What I get: 84mbps/36mbps

Rating: 5/5

 

But 0/5 because they give away all info...


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ISP: Ziggo

Plan: 120mb/s down 10 up (free upgrade to 150 up 15 down on first of july)

What I actually get: 120 down 10 up

Rating: 4/5 this is the max speeds they offer while fiber company's offer 500/500 for 20 euro's more (but those fiber company's suck)


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