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View Poll Results: How fast is your Internet connection?
56kbps or slower 115 9.24%
up to 512kbps 229 18.39%
up to 2MBs 442 35.50%
up to 8MBs 251 20.16%
up to 20MBs 75 6.02%
faster than 20MBs 133 10.68%
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How fast is your Internet connection?

 
 
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      25th Sep 2008
I should have 10Mb from Virgin Media, but I never do - I only usually get about 2 maybe 3Mb if I'm lucky.

 
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      25th Sep 2008
96kpbs cable on wireless router

my grand mother walks better speed than this
 
 
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      29th Oct 2011
My speed test results are,

Downloadspeed:1.779Mbps
Uploadspeed:0.829Mbps
I performed my internet speed test here Scanmyspeed.com.
Is this good or not?

fbs Edit: Check this out, a friendly warning:http://www.ispgeeks.com/wild/modules...ewtopic&t=5797
 
 
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      28th Nov 2011
their are people who have a 56kbps or slower internet connection? welcome back to 1998 :-)
 
 
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      28th Nov 2011
Welcome to a very old thread Simon.

Time for a new one me thinks...

 


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For connecting to internet at a high speed it is essential that you should have large amount of hard disk space. Apart from that it is also essential that you delete the temporary files and cache files.
 
 
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For connecting to internet at a high speed it is essential that you should have large amount of hard disk space. Apart from that it is also essential that you delete the temporary files and cache files.
No! Wrong! on all counts.


 


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