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Best internet plan for gaming?

@Jetfighter808 He needs to know if he should upgrade to spectrum man, and the answer is yes

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@DarkBlade2117 i more meant there prices and inability of offering fast internet in many places


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12 minutes ago, xDylanio said:

You're talking to a 14 year old. Right now im thinking higher = better

genius.

 

Yeah, get the most you can afford, but it isn't going to affect your gaming performance


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19 minutes ago, dizmo said:

I've always gotten 50mbps and I've never had a problem.

That said you can probably easily get away with 30mpbs. With 50mbps we have 3 people gaming at once with no issues.

I play on verizon....lol somehow 60ms ping and average 35mbps down 12 up


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15 minutes ago, xDylanio said:

Right now I have standard internet 15 mbps download. The are offering me spectrum internet for 60 Mbps download for $59.99 which is. Here just look at this http://prntscr.com/eaekfy

Spectrum = 60 Mbps for 59.99

Standard = 15 Mbps for 69.99

Should I upgrade? from standard to spectrum?

 

13 minutes ago, xDylanio said:

Right now I have standard internet 15 mbps download. The are offering me spectrum internet for 60 Mbps download for $59.99 which is. Here just look at this http://prntscr.com/eaekfy

Spectrum = 60 Mbps for 59.99

Standard = 15 Mbps for 69.99

Should I upgrade? from standard to spectrum?

 

14 minutes ago, xDylanio said:

Right now I have standard internet 15 mbps download. The are offering me spectrum internet for 60 Mbps download for $59.99 which is. Here just look at this http://prntscr.com/eaekfy

Spectrum = 60 Mbps for 59.99

Standard = 15 Mbps for 69.99

Should I upgrade? from standard to spectrum?

 

Did you really have to say this 3 times?

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@Jetfighter808 He needs to know if he should upgrade to spectrum man, and the answer is yes


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22 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

https://www.shaw.ca/internet/plans/

 

K nevermind, I was looking at the intro rates. RIP Canada. I still stand by it's absurd to call that "Extreme"

I think there's only one company that offers decent rates in the GVRD and that's Novus.

Best value is by far UrbanFiber at $79/month for 1gbps.

When I move back I'm definitely trying to get into a building serviced by one of those two companies.


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8 minutes ago, Mornincupofhate said:

There's no such thing as a gaming router, and I feel sorry for you if you got persuaded into buying one.

Oh no i havent bought one ?, i was looking for a router or modem that can match my setup theme of black and red


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