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Trying to find a Isp With a nice upload for my server.<br>
Looking for 4Mbps<br>
Not the rich man on the earth.<br>
Live in appleton Wi, 54915 area code 920<br><br>
Please help<br>
Thanks to all in advance.
 

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Good luck with that, I finally got a 7.5Mbps Down / 1.5Mbps Up for $65 a month. So far I'm happy with it. Only me and a few friends use it though. It was through Cox Media.
 

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bump.<br />
please help.
 

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don't think you are gonna beable to find that for anything cheap.... Most residential ISP's are like 3 mbps up max and that is for a really good one.
 

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you won't be able to get that unless there is fiber in your neighbourhood. almost nowere in the usa will have an upload that high for home users
 

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That upload is very high. I don't know of anyone who offers it. perhaps fiberwire?
 

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Go to your local college mate. I went there uploaded an 200MB file in like 5min. They got teh f1b3r!
 

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A service like that will cost 1000$/month or so...<br>
=O
 

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Check out <a href="http://www.verizonfios.com" target="_blank">http://www.verizonfios.com</a> and see if that is available.
 

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oi. standard upload is ~10% of your download speed. in MO i pay $65/mo for 5000/500. 4 mb upload is like 2 1/2 T-1 lines upload. Suggest if you want to run a server, you just rent something from a local datacenter or search for a nice datacenter online which has the available bandwidth.
 

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IF you were right next door to the telco's POP (Point of presence) you might be able to get Syncronous 4-6Mbit/sec DSL service for about 150$. You have to have a telco guy come out and "ping" your line to determine how far you are from the POP first.
 
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