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How fast is the LTT member's internet connection?

How fast is it?  

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  1. 1. To which continent are you from?

  2. 2. How is your internet connection delivered to your home?

    • DSL
    • Cable
    • Fiber to the (x) or FTT(x)
    • Mobile broadband (HSPA+, LTE, WiMax, EDGE, EV-DO, CDMA, etc)
    • Satellite Internet
    • Dial-up
    • Power line internet/broadband over powerline
    • Some other method (specify in the comments)
    • government subsidized municipal/town wifi
  3. 3. How much do you pay for your home internet (in US dollars)

  4. 4. How fast is your connection (download speed in megabits per second)?

  5. 5. Do you at least get ≥80% service reliability from your current ISP?

  6. 6. Is your current home internet limited by a data cap?

    • It's unlimited data baby!
    • Yup, my internet is unfortunately capped
  7. 7. Will you stay with your current ISP?

    • Yes at the moment until someone offers something better
    • Yes, I'm a loyal customer
    • Yes because I have no choice
    • No, I'm switching soon
    • No, I'm switching later (specify why in the comments)


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It costs £25 per month for my mobile contract with Vodafone and about £76 per month for 100 down broadband with Virgin.

I get 116mbps down, 28mbps up with my mobile and 105mbps down, 5mbps up with my broadband. 


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I have a 6mbps connection capped at 200gbs. It's $350+ a month, which is the best in my town. I gotta get out of here.


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On 9/3/2018 at 3:38 PM, FunkmastaFlex said:

I have a 6mbps connection capped at 200gbs. It's $350+ a month, which is the best in my town. I gotta get out of here.

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Sadly, this is my normal connection speed. I am definitely switching to Spectrum soon. NEVER go with AT&T in St. Louis! Also want to note that it costs around ~$70 a month.

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I can get faster speeds, as I have a dedicated fibre node in my building (Coax to apartment suites)

 

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Lol I live in Australia so I naturally pay 80 bucks a month for 40 down and 15 up that is delivered on the absolute mess we call the national broadband network it’s basically chuck some finer here and some copper there and don’t forget the link that suburb up with wireless. They literally blamed the gamers for using all the bandwidth on the network. We know gaming doesn’t use much data but the head of telecommunications doesn’t.

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5 hours ago, RedTech7107 said:

 

Lol I live in Australia so I naturally pay 80 bucks a month for 40 down and 15 up that is delivered on the absolute mess we call the national broadband network it’s basically chuck some finer here and some copper there and don’t forget the link that suburb up with wireless. They literally blamed the gamers for using all the bandwidth on the network. We know gaming doesn’t use much data but the head of telecommunications doesn’t.

I'm down in Tasmania just north-east of Hobart and was lucky enough to get FTTP in 2016 before it all changed.

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Running Time Warner Cable (Now Spectrum) cable/coax internet.

 

Having to pleb it out with this 350x100 connection until I move in Q1'19 to my new location which provides Google Fiber to the neighborhood.

 

1000x1000 here I come!!!

 

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14 hours ago, Ph0en1x-Fl4m3 said:

Running Time Warner Cable (Now Spectrum) cable/coax internet.

 

Having to pleb it out with this 350x100 connection until I move in Q1'19 to my new location which provides Google Fiber to the neighborhood.

 

1000x1000 here I come!!!

 

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That's the highest upload speed I've seen from cable internet. Are the speeds stable/reliable?


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I can hit somewhere north of 750 wired or 5g, and do that pretty much simultaneously on two laptops as long as one is wired and the other is wireless ac. Now if only everything would get delivered at that speed!  Game downloads from Xbox live for instance range from 30Mb -> 250Mb.  Xbox is wired and only hits 450 I think on it's speed tests.

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