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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%
Votes: 3577
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 In Poland

 
 by rael on: Jul 13 2005
 
Score 50%

...Where the internet is the most expensive in Europe. Here, we have only one big company called Telekomunikacja Polska which is the monopolist in the IT. Yes, we have other companies, but they cannot dump prices because they use TP cables. So, at the moment, I have 1Mbit (1mbit/256kbit upload, DSL with static IP) connection which cost monthly 24Euro. "Outside" this promotion it is about 4 times more expensive.


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 Re: In Poland

 
 by shafff on: Jul 13 2005
 
Score 50%

are you kiddin'?
you pay 24 euro for unlim
and in ukraine i pay $20 for 0.5GB with the same speed!

I run amule only in the night when i use VPN to connect to another provider - $9 per GB
(i have free access to all ukrainian resouces so Me->VPN traffic is free)


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 Re: Re: In Poland

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

he is right; i pay about 18euro for 128/64 kbps in TP SA ;]


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 Re: In Poland

 
 by CyberDog17 on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

Khm khm ever heard of T-com?
Whell in Croatia T-com charges 19 euros for 2GB bandwidth with 384/64 speed.

Beat that...


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 Re: In Poland

 
 by djworld on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

The most expensive in Europe? Are you sure? I pay 40 euros for 512kbps/128kbps in Spain. I would really like to have a 1024/256kbps for 24 euros, that would be better than our connections. Fucking Telefonica (it's the ISP)...


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 In Canada

 
 by Deciare on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

I have ADSL service that claims to offer 3 Mbps download/640 Kbps upload. The speed I'm actually getting is pretty consistent with that, though my download speed is closer to 2.4 Mbps. I get that and a static IP address for a monthly fee of $45CAD (static IP costs $10 monthly), so I'm happy with it. :)

There are absolutely no upload or download caps as far as I can tell (and I transfer nearly 100 GB per month).


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 In Sweden

 
 by peppelorum on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

In Sweden the average price for ADSL 8/1 (Mbit up/down) is 32-42 euro dependping on what company that can deliver. I pay 30 euro for ADSL 8/1 and with just 700m to the station I get what I pay for, I can also get 24/1 for 42 euro but since I like upspeed more than downspeed it's doesnt really matter.


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 Coverage?

 
 by Yaba on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

How is the coverage of highspeed internet in your country?

In Germany there are still a lot of spots, where the fastest you can get is ISDN at 64K (128K with 2 channels), although T-Com claims to have covered almost all areas in Germany with DSL.


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 Re: Coverage?

 
 by reinaldo on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

In Brazil have some Cable/ADSL services. My connection is 300/300 Kbps (double flash).
Here, that service is expensive and have bad suport. :(


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 Re: Coverage?

 
 by xam on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

In Austria you can get almost every where a ADSL connection but setting up is complicated and costs money.
I don't know any person who have an internet access going faster than 512 kbits.


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 Re: Re: Coverage?

 
 by ogott on: Jul 15 2005
 
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you live in austria and don't know anybody who's got more than 512 Kbps? well then, let me introduce myself :)
i'm living in vienna and i have a xdsl connection with 2 Mbps down and ~0.5 Mbps up from inode.

but i thought that just about every provider in austria has the "normal" subscriptions at about 1.5-2 Mbps?

ogott


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 Re: Coverage?

 
 by CyberDog17 on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

Most of the Croatia is covered by ADSL service, however none of the islands (and we do have a lot of islands).

ADSL installatin and modem are free (you only pay about 12 euro if you want an wireless access point).


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 Re: Re: Coverage?

 
 by AdrienV on: Jul 15 2005
 
Score 50%

In France you can have a 512/64kBits connection everywhere but you must live in a big city or in its suburb to have a 8/1 or 20/1MBits... In fact you will pay the same subscription for a 8/1 or 20/1 connection: it only depends on your location... Nevertheless the network is spreading quickly.


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 In slovenia

 
 by kriko on: Jul 14 2005
 
Score 50%

In slovenia we have a monopolist called Telekom. They charge for 1Mbit adsl for 25€ per month (students packet). But adsl is not widespread (only in main areas), so I'm still on dial-up, please don't ask for the price.


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 This is wrong.

 
 by jommy on: Jul 15 2005
 
Score 50%

Giving prices is pointless. Why? Because it is real value of money you pay that counts not just numeric value. How can you compare prices in two countries when in one of them most people earn equivalent of 250$/month and in other equivalent of 750$/month. It is pointless.
Fact is that in most east europeans countries prices of internet connection are really high if you compare them to amount of money you can earn.


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