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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)


Verizon FiOS 1 Gig internet. Using my own router at the moment (Asus RTA66U B1)

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This is on Airtel FTTH India. I pay around Rs 870 or 12.27 $ for 200 down/up. Not bad, I'd say and the connection has been pretty okay too. Only one downtime in over 9 months, that too because some rash driver decided to mow down the main fiber box in my locality ?

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4G Giffgaff London (uses O2 as the carrier)

 

 

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Realized I haven't posted an update in a while. I currently have two ISPs for a couple reasons. The main being my primary ISP is fully paid for by work and it's fiber, so latency is crazy low. The secondary ISP I have because it's the cheapest TV option around for the channels I want/need and because PSVue is dead, YouTube TV doesn't fit the bill, and AT&T's DirecTV NOW prices kept shooting up and AT&T TV via uVerse kept having blackouts and fights with everyone. I went with TV + Internet from them because it was cheaper to do that than just do TV and pay for 3 receivers. I just use Policy Based Routing (PBR) to route my TVs out the secondary connection to authenticate on their network and get the TV that way :D
 

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Primary ISP: AT&T Fiber

Average Speed:

950Mbps Down

920Mbps Up

 

Secondary ISP: TWC

Average Speed:

375Mbps Down

20Mbps Up

 

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Current Build Log/PC:

Prior Build Log/PC:

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Using Telkom Indihome 20Mbps for $22/m in USD

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Finally upgraded to fiber and I have 2000 down / 600 up :) I've managed to get my laptop on wifi pulling 450 down wjile my pc was doing this

 

 

I live in France BTW

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Campus internet is the bomb, this is at about 8PM at night, so peak Netflix time for students. The most I've ever seen is 975Mbps Down and 980Mbps Up at about 6am in the morning. 

 

Allegedly the HPC lab can get a 9.5Gbps symmetric connection all the time

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I like to compare what people pay for their home internet and how much up and down speed they get and what's their internet  data cap if they have one.

This is what my internet provider offers.

250Mbps up and 250Mbps Down for $57.50 A month

1Gig Up and 1Gig Down  for $77.50 A month

10Gig Up and 10Gig Down for $117.50 A month

no data cap no throttling direct fiber optic to my house

my internet provider is cfu

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i pay 42$ a month for 50 down and 10 up.

Anything i've written between the * and * is not meant to be taken seriously.

keep in mind that helping with problems is hard if you aren't specific and detailed.

i'm also not a professional, (yet) so make sure to personally verify important information as i could be wrong.

 

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we pay 50 euro orso for atleast 100Mbps both ways, a landline and tv.

we could switch provider and get gigabit for 40 euro which doesnt come with anything else. this option however requires us paying 15 euro/month to our current provider for the use of the fiber network.

but then again we really coulnt be bothered switching as the current provider doesn't collect data, doesn't cap you and doesn't block any sites. they got better things to do like installing fiber in a rural area.

as for data caps, a provider would be stupid to do such a thing here in the netherlands. There are so many other providers at similar ish prices so they would lose customers quite quickly. Especially in an age where unlimited mobile data is like 25 euro/ month

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We have 100Mbps up and 100Mbps down FTTH $115 a month

No data cap and no throttling

 

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30€ for 1 Bbps up and 500 Mbps down, in reality I have 100 Mbps up and 50 Mbps down.

No data cap, no throttling, direct fiber optic to my house.

Main :

CPU : Intel i7-8700K | CPU Cooler : Noctua NH-U14S | Motherboard : Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra
Memory : Corsair Vengeance RGB 4x8GB 3466CL16 | Storage : Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5" SSD + Sabrent Rocket 1TB NVMe SSD

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Aesthetic : Corsair Sleeved PSU Cables Pro Kit + Noctua NA-HC6 chromax.Black - Heatsink Cover

 

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80/20 paying £26 ISP is Vodafone.

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$103 

200 down 10 up

1TB cap 

 

Should mention the price does include the Xfinity stream service, we only keep it because it gives us HBO and buying HBO now would cost about the same if we did internet only. 

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11 hours ago, jaront2008 said:

I like to compare what people pay for their home internet and how much up and down speed they get and what's their internet  data cap if they have one.

Merged with the existing thread discussing member's internet speed and plan prices. There's also a poll that you can participate in which already has over 2000 responses.

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Apparently Speedtest.net now actually saves the result on speedtests that go beyond several gbps in speed. And I've found a speedtest server that can handle more than 10Gbps (AT&T in Seattle). All the other servers in the region are capped right below 10Gbps at best. So here's a result with a download speed of 17.8Gbps and 4.8Gbps for upload.

https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/7a2916bd-73ef-4ac7-ab1d-7726c72fb1c0

 

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Should be getting a thousand, but nooooooooo. All the boomers living around me too busy leaving 38 chrome tabs open of the same friggin YT video on knitting.

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On 12/13/2019 at 11:07 PM, Cree340 said:

Apparently Speedtest.net now actually saves the result on speedtests that go beyond several gbps in speed. And I've found a speedtest server that can handle more than 10Gbps (AT&T in Seattle). All the other servers in the region are capped right below 10Gbps at best. So here's a result with a download speed of 17.8Gbps and 4.8Gbps for upload.

https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/7a2916bd-73ef-4ac7-ab1d-7726c72fb1c0

 

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Is this a troll?

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On 12/24/2019 at 1:46 PM, Brian Furious said:

Is this a troll?

Nope, that's a legitimate speedtest result. It isn't from my home though.

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