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my mobile network service provider's speed test.

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Cool.

 

Not sure what the question is ?

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I have 4g+ on O2. Was tempted to just write 999999999999 though haha

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Tele2 in the Netherlands, unlimited data, 4G+ connection:

 

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Ping is a little high compared to my home internet.

 

The speed widely depends on time and location, I've seen it go up to 100 Mbps, but also go down into the mid 10's.

 

When I'm on the train (moving at 140 km/h through a mix of rural areas and cities) it sustains around 20 to 30 Mbps throughout the whole 90 minute journey. That's more than enough for streaming video.

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