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What's your internet speed and how much do you pay?

Apt101

Member
May 15, 2014
11,017
3
355
The state of Virginia within the USA
Cox keeps changing shit (always increasing - they keep changing their tiers and how much they offer them for), but last I checked it was 120/25 for $81.99 US. New customers probably get it for less because you know how virtual monopolies do.
 

siddx

Magnificent Eager Mighty Brilliantly Erect Registereduser
Jun 1, 2009
17,344
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40 bucks and I'm averaging 24mbps download right now, and that's a good day. Most of the time it's not anywhere near that.

Internet fucking sucks here.
 

kittoo

Cretinously credulous
Apr 11, 2007
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49
1,255
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65 down
20 up

Around $13 per month (800 Indian rupees). Not bad at all.
Mumbai, India.
 

mid83

Member
Mar 4, 2014
1,559
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535
200 down....about 10-20 up I think.

Texas, USA

$130 with the highest tv package including all premium channels.
 

Lyte Edge

All I got for the Vernal Equinox was this stupid tag
Jun 7, 2004
19,945
7
1,675
I pay a ridiculous $120 a month for AT&T U-Verse. 75 down with no data cap and no TV plans. The latter two is what raised the price up so much.
 

verbatimo

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Aug 28, 2006
539
0
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Finland
100/5 Mbit/s Cable including Spotify Premium 40€

4G Super Mobile. Estimated realistic maximum speed in the 4G LTE network 150Mbit/s
16,99€
 

LeleSocho

Member
Jun 13, 2011
16,025
1
640
~80 Download
~20 Upload

35€/month for FTTC in Italy.

It's a very good compromise of price and performance, i can watch 4k stuff and do a very nice looking twitch stream without breaking the bank.
 

orava

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Aug 14, 2014
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Finland 100/100 ~40 euros. Includes local iptv channels.

Problem is that the price has been pretty much the same over a decade now.
 

Narroo

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Jun 6, 2013
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Comcast just bumped my rates up:

$75 a month for 25Mbps.

$75 a month for 25Mbps.



I'm downgrading to 10 Mbps for $50 a month.

My apartment contract has an exclusivity deal with Comcast, so I literally can't get 'high-speed' internet from anyone else. Internet works terrible too; Can't even stream 1080p properly. (Though, that might be more an issue with Google's DASH standard.)
 

Z3M0G

Member
Jan 16, 2012
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505
I think something like 60/20
$85/month
Canada

Whatever Bell's lowest fiber option is.
 

pompidu

Member
Feb 2, 2011
6,027
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Time Warner before buyout:
15 down
1 up
50$.

After buyout(Charter) new customer promotion:
60 down
5 up
45$.

Fuck time warner
 

ISee

Member
Feb 18, 2014
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120 mbit down / 7 mbit up / landline telephone flat rate to all EU countries + USA
~ 40€ per month.

Germany
 

compo

Banned
Jul 26, 2016
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25 down, probably like 3 or something up

$75/month

My apartment building only has comcast. The first year was $35/month, but the promotion expired, and I don't want to resign a new contract because I plan on moving after this second year. I think resigning a new contract to get the promotion again will reset my early termination fee.

Comcast blows.
 

KDR_11k

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Sep 2, 2011
3,635
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Standard ADSL, 16Mb down, 4 or so up. 30€ a month.

For the smartphone it's 4G at a cap of 1GB for 7€ a month.

Germany, smaller city.
 
Mar 7, 2017
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Looooool, ya'll must be able to stream 8k/60fps VR Pornhub on 9 devices simultaneously...

My shitty internet connection:

15 Mb/s down / 1 Mb/s up (£35/month)

Home-Telecom, UK

No, you haven't heard of my ISP, and yes that's why they're shit.
 

SolidusDave

Member
Apr 14, 2009
10,175
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Germany
1 Gb/sec fibre download/upload

50SGD (US$37) / month
(But first 6 month were free and came with router etc)
I'm not subscribed to any TV package /cable. Only free analog. No landline phone either.


Though rarely can I reach those speeds. Probably due to the country's location.



Edit: mobile phone is 4G, 1 GB data prepaid. 10SGD (US$7) / month. Varies a bit based on bonus MB that they give with every top up etc
 

jot

Neo Member
Jan 5, 2017
174
0
0
Canada

1Gbps down cable. I have a combined package with my TV provider for both. I'm paying $99/month.
 

Veins

Unconfirmed Member
Feb 12, 2008
2,650
0
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10Mbps down, 1 up. $50 a month. Australia yewww. NBN is nowhere in sight.
 

Armorian

Member
Jan 17, 2018
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I decided to bump this old thread because my ISP (Netia) upgraded my fibre speed from 150/50 to 1000/100 for 2 months for free (I only to restart my router), I don't know why they are doing this but I'm not against it :messenger_grinning:


I have this speed for 10 days now and to be honest I don't feel much difference, not many things even get close to that speed, Steam usually runs around ~40MB/s


So I get over 2x the speed than usual, it's great but I expected more from wealthy Valve. Form my experience I don't think there is much point of having internet faster than 200mb/s for home use.

Prices (no data cap)

150 - 13,30$/m
500 - 18,63$/m
1000 - 23,95$/m
 

Kagey K

Gold Member
Dec 18, 2013
2,714
2,341
720
250 up/250 down unlimited data for 75.00 CAD/month.

We are in a pilot project for fibre and they just keep upping my speed without any extra cost. I could go on a gigabit plan if I chose to but it would double in price.