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Total votes : 17

Whats Your Connection Speed

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    56k
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    128k ISDN
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    256 - 512k
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    512+ - 1Mb
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    1Mb+ - 2Mb
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    2Mb+ - 6Mb
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    6Mb+ - 12Mb
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    12Mb+ - 25Mb
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    25Mb +

Internet Connection Speed Poll

  • grimshit
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Post 3+ Months Ago

After a bit of research and finding that broadband/cable speeds are getting stupid in America i though that a poll would be in order too see who has what, and whats the most popular speed in the world...

Just pic which speed is yours and vote, by the way, this is download speeds, not upload speeds. Also, some of the speeds may look stupid, but too thoes in japan there not excally lightspeed. Cheers.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

  • Dangles
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Post 3+ Months Ago

At work I use a normal T1 usual speed test show about 1.3.

At home I have a cable connection. Average speed test show 4-5Mb.

I did once for around a 2 week period sustain 8Mb on my home connection. Was great running the speed test at broadbandreports.com and seeing the "dude" speed much slower then mine :)

Dangles



//Edited Mb from mb and corrected spelling of broadband.
  • javascriptman221
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You do know that MB and mb are different..right?
  • Dangles
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yes. MB and Mb are different. I figured it was a given that I meant megabyte and not megabit.

Isnt it MB or Mb anyway. I do not think mb exists. Though I could be wrong.

Sorry I missed the shift key.

Dangles
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Yes i do know they are different, i just happened to put Mb at the time.
  • cubechris
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Im on the 1Mb BB Service from Telewest (UK) and it is soon to be upgraded :)
  • javascriptman221
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Dangles wrote:
yes. MB and Mb are different. I figured it was a given that I meant megabyte and not megabit.

Isnt it MB or Mb anyway. I do not think mb exists. Though I could be wrong.

Sorry I missed the shift key.

Dangles


Yea...MB and Mb both exist. Mb = smaller than MB. much much smaller. ;)

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