Posted 23 April 2010 - 03:48 PM
SnyperTodd, on 23 April 2010 - 02:33 PM, said:
Hey snyper, Between you and Quack, it seems that Comcast is keeping up speed wise with Fiber, but you still get strangled on bandwidth. That does seem to be a little low upstream. Also, heavy usage by a large number of subscribers wil drop the speed on cable, just like DSL. Been trying to get my neighbor to get off Comcast and come over to FiOS.
Verizon upped my speed. I almost fell out the chair when I ran it this morning. I had 15/2 and when I ran it, I knew it was 20/5. When I checked the account this afternoon, it was in fact listed as 20/5. It had seemed to be faster the past week or so,
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