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Internet Connection at home?


Posted by Yaba on Jul 11 2005
56 bps and below (Modem)9%9%9% 9%
64 k4%4%4% 4%
up to 512 k22%22%22% 22%
up to 1 Mb20%20%20% 20%
up to 2 Mb18%18%18% 18%
up to 4 Mb9%9%9% 9%
up to 5 Mb3%3%3% 3%
up to 6 Mb3%3%3% 3%
up to 8 Mb3%3%3% 3%
up to 10 Mb3%3%3% 3%
faster than 10 Mb5%5%5% 5%
I do not have private internet access.1%1%1% 1%
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 Interesting

 
 by AdrienV on: Jul 11 2005
 
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Very interesting because it's surprising to see that most people has a 512k connection. In fact here in France we used to be late with internet but today you can have a 8 MBits connection for about 18 USD (15€) per month and even 20 MBits for 36 USD (30€) per month with the new ADSL2+!


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 Re: Interesting

 
 by djworld on: Jul 12 2005
 
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In Spain, Ono offers 3Mbps download and 150Kbps upload for 29,99€, but it only has his business in the east part of Spain. Auna offers 1Mbps for 39,99€. But the biggest ISP is Telefónica and actually it only offers 512Kbps download and 128 Kbps upload for 39,99€. They promised to double the speed next month but the price will still be the same (and they're not going to lower it till the end of time). I even have a friend who still uses a 56K modem. So if you have 8Mbps connections in France, we envy you guys. ;)


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 Re: Interesting

 
 by AMDUser on: Jul 12 2005
 
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Wow, how nice... Here in Germany is maximum speed 6 MB. And this costs 25€!

I think I'll move to france
Alex


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 In Sweden

 
 by nookie on: Jul 12 2005
 
Score 50%

In Sweden the broadband costs 28MB for 34 Euro and 8Mb cost 23 Euro a mounth.
The 28MB and 8MB can be found at adamobredband.com actually a spanish company =)

We will soon have 100MB for about 55 Euro a mounth. That's nice!


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 Re: In Sweden

 
 by Yaba on: Jul 12 2005
 
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100 Mb???

Wow. Is there any restriction on time or volume or is this a flat offer?


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 Re: In Sweden

 
 by kennyX on: Jul 13 2005
 
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100 mbit thats so fucking sweet :),
I'm not living in sweden but I have it and it rules.

Long live university campuses :)


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 Re: In Sweden

 
 by pernambuco on: Jul 24 2005
 
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adamobredband.com is not a spanish company


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 In USA

 
 by Hintzy on: Jul 12 2005
 
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Wow, I always knew Comcast (my cable provider) was a rip-off, but I never knew how bad it was!

Comcast charges $40/month for 4Mbps download and 384Kbps upload. However, that's just what they claim is the maximum speed. They say in fine print that "many factors affect download speed", which means that I've personally never seen anything transfer faster than 500-600Kbps.....


Maybe I'll threaten to cancel so they'll give me a discount... (it works!)


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 Re: In USA

 
 by btag on: Jul 12 2005
 
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Heh. I'm also stuck on comcast. Well here it's either comcast or verizon dsl. Some choice... and Verizon DSL = crap here so it's comcast. The highest I've seen is 524 KB/s down and 43 KB/s up. I am really tempted to move to Sweden just for the internet.


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 Re: Re: In USA

 
 by powerpenguin on: Jul 13 2005
 
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same here 4Mbits/sec for $40

us in the USA:
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peeps everywhere else:
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 hmm

 
 by Jefis on: Jul 12 2005
 
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In Lithuania/Siauliai you can get optical cable(20mb/s) from Splius ( www.splius.lt ) 30lt ~ 10USD


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 Ukraine SUCKS

 
 by shafff on: Jul 12 2005
 
Score 50%

Here in kiev i have 2Mbit/512kbps BUT paying $0.06 per MB (in+out) - through tv-cable

And there is no high-speed (more then 512kbps) unlimited proposition for end-user and even 256unlim costs $200 or more.

I wish i lived in Japan!


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 20 Mbps

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Jul 13 2005
 
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Here in france i have a theoretical speed of 20Mbps for 30EUR/month with 'free SAS' provider.


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