Hmmm, just what I've always suspected. Clearwire should've been named Crapwire, and my move from Clearwire to Comcast was a good one - Comcast smokes the competition!
Worst part is, Clearwire actually locks you into a 2 year contract that auto-renews for another 2 years if you don't call up in the 30 day period just before the first contract expires. When I found that out, I contacted the BBB and demanded I be released from the contract.
I love Comcast. Always get above-advertised speeds where I am at. Always.
Originally Posted by VulcanDragon
And that surprises me. The articles I read about this data pre-release seemed to indicate that Comcast's throughoput and policies was a primary driver for why Netflix wanted to release this. Maybe they just want to ensure that Comcast doesn't start throttling post-NBC merger.
Another surprise to me is that Verizon, despite its FIOS links, is middle of the pack. If I were a Verizon customer with FIOS, I would be a little peeved by this mediocrity.
I think it's because Verizon also does wireless connections through their 3G/4G (?) network. Averaged out, the FIOS and the wireless, it's in the middle.