Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Robert McClelland, Mar 30, 2009.
woooooo thats great speed
From my new 4G phone ;-)
I did not know there were an app for my iphone4s
Wifi Disabled...Big Difference
Just ignore the Distance from me to the server (Derby) it's incorrect.. Derby is around 20 miles away from nottingham.
Wow, I didn't even pay attention to the distance on my result either! LOL. Los Angeles is also about 20 miles from where I posted my results at.
Fastest at 1:52am hehe > I reset my setting to default in my router I had something wasn't liking new FW updated from netgear so I took and do hard reset inside of the netgear router this my fast speed so far. I think modem only can do 34 megs tops hehe. If I want go faster I have to get wideband modem. witch cost me 10 bucks a month more for true 30/5 connection speed .
Virgin look to have upgraded me from 20Mb to:-
Mine is somewhere around "third world" speed.
Wait! They are faster than mine.
wish to hell i got cable up here :sigh:
FINALLY getting a piece of the long awaited "4G"! This rivals my home broadband, and actually beats my upload. Netflix...HERE I COME!!!
a update on my broadband speed
My latest result....
I did a lease renew and cleared out some network connections....newer result...
Robert if you have Extreme your upload should be closer to 5MB. What modem do you have?
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15ms 13 mb down, .9 mb up
Not bad for being in the mountains
speed has gone up a bit since then
They've altered how they cap the bandwidth to my room at college.
What a difference a few years makes
I need to move...
Even kids in Kony's army have better internet than that. :lol:
Yes, they do... Welcome to the 3rd world of Ohio.
What's most incredible is that 14% of US Speedtest users are yet slower. And Speedtest is upward biased on those stats, because it only collects data from people who care about their internet. So in reality more than 14% of people in the US have worse internet that Tyrsonwood.
In fairness though, Diablo 3 was $10 in Toys 'R' Us stores in the USA a while back, so overall I guess it's about even
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