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1Gbit down / 200mbit up. Lisboa, Portugal.


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220Mbps down / 21Mbps up. Southwest UK. 


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Ookla Speed Test......

  • Download - 51 Mbps
  • Upload - 14 Mbps

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10 hours ago, JustanotherPilot said:

DL 15.13mbs

UL 17.21 mbs

Nthn NSW Australia, Developing countries have better internet than us.

before we have 75 Mbps up last year, we got only 1Mbps for a very long time... worst than a 56k fax modem age.

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240Mbps down // 20Mbps Up - With no data cap luckily

Fortaleza - Brazil

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11 hours ago, tommy10101 said:

Type speed test into google and click the top one

 

4.11 Mbit/s 😠

 

 


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UK

FTTC circuit (Fibre to a street side cabinet - copper pair from cab to house about 100meters)

80/20 Contract - reality 76mb down , 19mb up.

 

 


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Download: 7,5 mbps

Jacobina Bahia - Brazil

Toooooooo Slooooooowwwwww.😂


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Ping: 22 ms

Download: 12.03 Mbps

Upload: Error


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dl: 47.06 Mbps

ul: 53.09 Mbps

The good thing is I have fibre and can easily upgade to up to 1Gbps if need be.

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Posted (edited)

Home PC - ADSL.................... Down: 3.62 Mbps, Up: 0.93 Mbps.

Office at work - Optic.............. Down: 98.76 Mbps, Up: 96.57 Mbps.  (Russia, Kursk region)

So, I'm always online when I'm in the office. When I'm at home, I'm just a mail reader. 😀

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When I first connected to the Internet in 1997, my "US Robotics" modem confidently held a line of 14-28 kbps depending on the weather. :))

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Posted (edited)
14 minutes ago, Nickbe said:

When I first connected to the Internet in 1997, my "US Robotics" modem confidently held a line of 14-28 kbps depending on the weather. :))

Ah the good ol days Nick...solid connection as long as on one else at home picked up the phone 😅

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