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The only numbers that are rising here are prices!
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It's even worse in the UK

only 1 company out here can offer fibre optic lines and its about $48 a month for a 20mb line and about $65 for 50mb (the maximum we can have).

I can't afford that so I'm stuck on an old cable line were I'm paying for 8mb which at max I can download 820kb/s (upload is only 117kb/s).




What speeds are you'se getting in the US and for how much?
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It's even worse in the UK

only 1 company out here can offer fibre optic lines and its about $48 a month for a 20mb line and about $65 for 50mb (the maximum we can have).

I can't afford that so I'm stuck on an old cable line were I'm paying for 8mb which at max I can download 820kb/s (upload is only 117kb/s).




What speeds are you'se getting in the US and for how much?

I pay around 60$ a month for Verizon Fios. my speeds are in my sig.

Ive hit bursts late at night and early morning around 130mbps download and 45 mbps upload.
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It's even worse in the UK

only 1 company out here can offer fibre optic lines and its about $48 a month for a 20mb line and about $65 for 50mb (the maximum we can have).

I can't afford that so I'm stuck on an old cable line were I'm paying for 8mb which at max I can download 820kb/s (upload is only 117kb/s).




What speeds are you'se getting in the US and for how much?
I use Suddenlink and they want $40 per month for a 10/1 cable line. I am getting a 12/1.5 for $29 per month. I get a discount because I proved them completely wrong on a few issues last year.
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I can't afford that so I'm stuck on an old cable line were I'm paying for 8mb which at max I can download 820kb/s (upload is only 117kb/s).
Why do you measure download speed in Kilobits?
I have 10Mb down (1,25MB/s) and 5Mb up (0,625MB/s) and way almost as much as the standard 50/50 in the nearby bigger city.
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I pay around 60$ a month for Verizon Fios. my speeds are in my sig.

Ive hit bursts late at night and early morning around 130mbps download and 45 mbps upload.
that's like 16x the speed I get for twice as much as I pay, We could only dream of speeds like that over here and probably wont see them speeds in the next 4 years.

If we did have them speeds available to us (based on what we pay for 50mb we would have to pay $150 a month.


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Why do you measure download speed in Kilobits?
Probably because we've not been used to Megabytes as a way of measuring bandwidth long enough to use it, A few years ago I still only had a 512kb connection (the shame) We are so behind
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Paying $30 a month for crappy 1Mb/s down 256k up DSL. I have a ping of over 100 to servers 10 miles away from me.
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You guys do realize that the us is the size of Europe
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Comparing internet in the USA vs Japan or places like South Korea make me sad. We are so backwards with internet. We are capped in areas or deal with horrible bandwidth shaping.

My 15mb plan regularly drops to .5mb down. They can't seem to figure out the problem.. -_- Im shocked they even admitted to one.
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It's even worse in the UK
Do not fear

BT is rolling out FTTC and FTTP

its just taking ages

You're in manchester though i was pretty sure all you're exchanges where at least enabled for ADSL2+ (up to 20mbps) ?
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