: Your download/ upload speeds, Price (no bundling), Provider (Test Links In Here)
2007-05-24, 10:17 PM
I been on xplornet (wireless antena) for almost a year
FREE INSTALL(3 year contract) Got the 900mhz antena or what ever to go through trees if needed
$29 a month
Advertised speed 1.5meg down 600kb up
Internet Provider: STORM INTERNET SERVICES
Total Tests Taken: 33
Fastest Download: 2918 kb/s
Fastest Upload: 595 kb/s
Average Download: 1408 kb/s
Average Upload: 211 kb/s
I feel i get good bang for my buck, often above what i pay for
2007-05-30, 01:11 PM
5 Mb/s down, 800 Kb/s up, max (depends on your line)
DSL service: $29.95 per month
.... real speeds in Kanata:
4.4Mb/s down, 650Kb/s up
2007-06-03, 02:00 PM
i'm using Look Communication inc. Wireless Docsis connection (microwave bi-directional link) I'm at 25km from transmiting tower.
Pirce is 64.99$
Speed is: 3000 kbps download / 640 kbps upload
I have 5 email, 5 static IP adress
I download at 365k/s and upload a 83.5k/s (dumeter statistic) almost all the time and testvitesse.videotron.ca give me 2960kbps download et 638kbps upload
2007-06-12, 11:48 PM
$99.99 for modem, $19.95/mo for first year, then $24.95/mo.
288kb/s down, 61kb/s up ... supposed 10GB/month cap ... beats dialup
2007-06-13, 10:10 AM
MTS high speed internet in Winnipeg. $40.95/mth without bundle.
Download - 5200 kb/s
Upload - 460 kb/s
2007-06-18, 05:18 AM
Not bad considering I'm supposed to get 5000kb/s down. It won't last with Shaw, probably back down to 2500kb/s tomorrow.
2007-06-20, 03:06 AM
I showed 2049 Down and 543 up.
I pay $49.95 / month with Telus Home networking plan.
I am going to change as soon as my contract is done.
I run Slackware 11 Linux.
2007-07-01, 09:28 AM
Hello folks. I am using Aliant here in Sydney and have been for almost 4 years. I have the High Speed Ultra package in a bundle that, with home phone, runs $90 a month. I have absolutley no complaints with the service as it is rock solid. I use a third party usenet service and am always at 650k/s. Eastlink in this area offers 10mb down/1mb up, which is incredibly tempting. However, prior to getting Aliant, I had eastlink in this home and it was not great on thier 5mb/428 profile. I have a friend who uses the same usenet provider in another part of town, is on Eastlink and downloads at 950k/s to 1.05mb/s without issue. The siren song of higher bandwidth ;)
Here are my specs:
This is Eastlink's Packagehttp://www.eastlink.ca/internet/highspeed/index.asp
And my current speed:
4835 Down/ 486up
2007-07-12, 12:55 AM
Download Speed: 9304 kbps (1163 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 842 kbps (105.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
$42 a month, however I'm running a bundle package.
I was running with Nitro service for a month, but I found it wasn't worth it.
2007-07-17, 10:54 AM
I'm with Ripnet.com out of Brockville, Ont. using their residential wireless package.
1M down, 256K up.
$39.95 / mth on 3 year contract.
The kicker of course is the $1300 hardware costs plus $300 installation for their wireless antenna. Cost is high because of the custom built antenna for their own frequency they bought.
No cable TV, no DSL available in the backass of nowhere.
2007-07-17, 12:52 PM
From Whitby to Toronto. I would say that I am not getting "Express" speeds. However, when I run the "Rogers" test, it shows me as getting full speed. Seems like there is some issue between my Rogers hub and the Toronto server being used here.
Rogers Extreme. Bundled package.
What's really interesting is that when I do a large d/l, it will jump after a minute or so from high 7's to high 9's in my newsreader.
2007-08-03, 09:03 PM
5000 / 800
Only 29.95/month flat rate, no contract
I'm on premium plan (lower pings, 100gb cap)
but theres unlimited plan for the same price (slightly higher pings, 5-10ms, but unlimited bandwidth.)
Haven't had any downtime whatsoever.
I recommend this to anyone that can receive DSL from Bell. (they use Bell's lines. Only because Bell owns all the telephone lines around here...)
2007-08-05, 01:57 PM
Definitely nothing special I have seen many people getting this with regular highspeed.
2007-08-09, 04:47 PM
2007-08-14, 01:19 PM
I use the same provider as Timertank - NCF. My times are in line with his and I live in Ajax.
The other item of note is the monthly fee allows for 40 GBs of downloads. A nice touch.
2007-08-15, 09:29 PM
Teksavvy 5/800. $30 a month.
2007-08-19, 02:00 PM
Aliant $40/mth ($5 discount since I have their IPTV which shouldn't give me the following speeds unless I unplug both IPTV modems.
If I have both IPTV modems plugged in I get about 260KB/s down, if I unplug one it shoots up to about 400KB/s and when I unplug the second I can get 550-580KB/s.
2007-08-20, 09:46 PM
Cogeco - $42.95/month
Using the Chicago site...
Download Speed: 9621 kbps (1202.6 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 612 kbps (76.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
2007-08-24, 12:19 PM
Not too bad..
I'm with Aliant, and I have their High Speed Ultra.
I believe it is $46.95/month without a bundle.
I consistently get the advertised 5mbps (~650k/s) with downloads and especially torrents.
My max upload seems to be around 50-55k/s, as they cap it at that.