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Originally Posted by badatgames18;13254954 
the question is... who the heck is the top 3%?? i wonder what isp they have, hmmm....

here is comcast (what i just got)
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They probably have the fastest FIOS plan or DOCSIS 3.0 cable or a university.
Edited by Riou - 4/24/11 at 11:26am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by iamwardicus;13254996 
yea, that 5ms ping is just amazing.... Wish i could get that :-p Hopefully someday they get Fiber Optic internet in Toledo, OH

I'm only getting 40ms ping...

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EDIT: maybe the distance to the server?
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Originally Posted by LastBucsfan;13255407 
I'm only getting 40ms ping...

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EDIT: maybe the distance to the server?

probably... i mean i am also getting 5ms ping and i have a cheap service
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Well I just upgraded to the Ultimate HD TV package + 35/35 speed now woot!

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My upload didn't quite make it to 35Mbps, but I got an extra 8Mbps on my download. biggrin.gif

I wonder if they can do anything to get it to get the full 35Mbps upload?
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Sigh if only there was Axtel FTTH on my area frown.gif

A neighbor had a 100mbit/s down|10Mbit/s up connection, he pays like $180USD a month, it's FAAAAST!

And he gets a free DIR-855 LOL
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Originally Posted by Icekilla;13273345 
Sigh if only there was Axtel FTTH on my area frown.gif

A neighbor had a 100mbit/s down|10Mbit/s up connection, he pays like $180USD a month, it's FAAAAST!

And he gets a free DIR-855 LOL

$180??? Is that just for internet?

I'm paying $139/mo for 35/35 connection that's actually coming out to 42/28, and I also get the Ultimate HD TV package with over 100 HD channels 400 SD channels, 2 HDDVRs with 500gig storage each, and 1 standard set-top box.
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here is mine fios.
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post #28 of 35
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Originally Posted by LastBucsfan;13294012 
$180??? Is that just for internet?

I'm paying $139/mo for 35/35 connection that's actually coming out to 42/28, and I also get the Ultimate HD TV package with over 100 HD channels 400 SD channels, 2 HDDVRs with 500gig storage each, and 1 standard set-top box.

Yep, the service is just starting. They're planning to provide HDTV as well, but a lower speed, like 30mbit/s costs $80USD a month, sounds tempting.
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Originally Posted by LastBucsfan;13294012 
$180??? Is that just for internet?

I'm paying $139/mo for 35/35 connection that's actually coming out to 42/28, and I also get the Ultimate HD TV package with over 100 HD channels 400 SD channels, 2 HDDVRs with 500gig storage each, and 1 standard set-top box.

FiOS BROOOO.....

Seriously though i just got the same package i was doing the ultimate tv with the 25/25 for like 78 bucks but with all my hbo and stuff (*cough*)it came out to like 115,they gave me HBO, Showtime, Encore like 25 - 26 premium channels for free if i upgraded to that package. I love Fios.

They did all this because the tech was 3 days late to do the installation for my second DVR.
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post #30 of 35
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Originally Posted by LastBucsfan;13254580 
I have Verizon FiOS 25/25 and uTorrent cannot download more than 4mb/s at a time. If I am downloading 1 file it will get close to the max 4mb/s or if I am downloading multiple files it will split the 4mb/s amongst the files. (i.e., 4 files at approx 1mb/s).

I have done the uTorrent configuration tweaks that are all over the internet. Is it Verizon preventing me from attaining higher download speeds? Or maybe something to do with the crappy Actiontec they provide? Is there anything I can do to get around this and get my 25mb/s that I pay for?

here you go
http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Bad_ISPs

Have a look what throttle what and when
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