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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's really sad that I am really happy of this result.

This is after 5 or 6 phone calls to the ISP and to tech support. Before this, Spotify would stop and beuffer intermittently. I don't have a saved result, but it was around 70 ping, 0.5 Mbps down and 0.1 up. Was a terrible 2 weeks.



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On 7/2/2019 at 6:22 PM, Peach-L said:

Oh, this is really, really fast.

Don't get fooled, he is a cheater. A simple search reveals that Choopa is not a last mile ISP. It's a data center.




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I have the same ISP as Linus's house, afaik.


I get this for $45 CAD ($34 USD) a month, no contract, which is amazing considering I'm in North America.


My home network is terrible though. The WiFi is so bad, but instead of replacing the ISP modem/router I just bought a ton of switches and hard wire everything to it.

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China Telecom FTTH. I am using an Atom D2550 box as router and online IDS. Connection is entirely wired.

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On ‎8‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 12:54 AM, maxtch said:

China Telecom FTTH. I am using an Atom D2550 box as router and online IDS. Connection is entirely wired.

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I wonder are you connecting through CN2. 163 really sucks when connecting abroad.

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