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>Your speed (photo or text)
>Price per month
>Speed you pay for
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10Mbps symmetrical
included in utility bill so ''free''
faster than advertised, I get like 12Mbps

gigabit would cost 60 euros
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>>63318363
>See OP Picture
>$85AUD/month
>50 down 25 up (Internode 'gold' NBN plan)
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>>63318373
actually fuck it I'm bored, here's the deals I have available from the provider I'm using
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>>63318395
How much is your utility bill?
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945/945mbps
$70/ month
1gbps symmetrical

Sad thing is the original NBN plan was to follow MY ISPs fiber rollout since it was relatively successful in the US for getting FTTH/FTTP installed to 5 million US households. When you guys pussied out and decided to do FTTN/FTTC it set you back at least a decade.
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>>63318424
Don't even get me started. The government that was in when the NBN started wanted FTTP but when they lost the 2010 election the new government thought that FTTP was too expensive and the "20Mbps!!!, you'll never need more than that" mentality started.
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>>63318453
2013 election*** my bad
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>>63318419
a little over 250 euros

though it was exactly the same before this free internet thingy so they're not fucking me over that way, it's just one of those deals where it's a shared cost for everyone living in this commie block so we get it practically for free
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>>63318453
>>63318475
Yeah, pretty sad really. The FTTH plan had a lot of potential. Sure it was expensive initially, but long term benefits were massive. You'd likely have already have seen areas with 300/300 or 500/500mbps symmetrical if you had continued with it.

FiOS only recently started offering 1gbps (spring 2017) but before that I had 150/150mbps for 5 years at around the same price per month. And 300/300, 500/500mbps was available at higher prices ($100/month and $150/month). The fact the FASTEST you guys officially are offered is 100mbps, and it usually doesn't even get that fast unless you're right up against a node. Just a shitty situation. I'm honestly shocked this hasn't prompted an ousting of the current government.
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>>63318363
100Mb up/ 100Mb down
about 15 USD per month
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10mb down/1mb up @$46.00 (with taxes). My bill is bundled in with all my utilities & cable. Total bill for everything is $320.00 for this month. My heat comes from Natural gas and it's a separate bill.Even at the coldest month it's never gone above $150.00. Lowest was under $30 (Water heater is gas) Can get up to 100mb down/10mb up but I'd be paying roughly $100 for it.
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>>63318363
about 700 mbs
7 euros
gigabit
:p
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>>63318363
https://rvx86.net/files/6774480546.png
>$45 ($65 soon), still beats the ~$85+ i was paying for SBC DSL elite (with ~6 overages per month)
>100/10
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FTTP
£55/month (but including unlimited landline calls)
Provisioned as 80/20, advertised as 76/19. 70-73d is more typical, 74 peak.

A note on latency: GeoIP puts me near my actual location (in the south of Scotland), but my connection doesn't leave its PPPoE tunnel until London. This means that if I allow speedtest to auto-choose a server that is actually nearby, the packets have to go to London and back, resulting in 25-30ms ping. I see 11-13ms if I manually choose a London server.

I'm not sure how typical this setup is, but if your ping test seems higher than it should be, try changing the server to a major hub city and you may see it improve even if you live some distance from there.
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I get this for free
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30ms Ping
5.82 down
0.93 up

£50 ish? I'm not too sure - it's my parents internet desu.

We pay for 8 down 1 up I believe.
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£22.31/month

0.50 Mbit down
0.10 Mbit up
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>>63321985
Fuck off anon where in England I'm in West London and can get 50/6 for £18
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>>63318363
FTTC

Paying £35/mo for 38/10 ADSL (we were getting 4/1 before until I changed ISP).

The speed is pretty stable and I've just gotten word from Virgin Media that I can get 200/20 in Summer 2018 (once they've cabled our street).
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>>63318363
>Current HSPA+ speeds
>45 GB datacap until 20th November
>Then minimum this speed + 2300 Kbit DSL without datacaps
>Hopefully better connection too because LTE sucks at my location
>29.95 € for the first year, 35 € then, it will be 40 € if they give me the speed option for 50/10 LTE
>Booked package has 16 Mbit DSL and 16 LTE, DSL is actuall 2300/1500, LTE will probably be higher
I think I'll be somewhere around 20-25 down and 5-10 up
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>>63318395
>TFW a shitty "up to 16 Mbit" ADSL connection costs 30-40 € average in my country
>VDSL50 for 10 € a month
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they pay me $100 a month for this
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I pay 10$, company I work for pays 45$
100mbps/30mbps
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100Mbps down /10Mbps up
$60 plus taxes and other service fees
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113/5
$100 per month (dial up vs spectrum)
60Mbps symmetrical

Charter has fucked me over for years.
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>>63323359
>West London

You... are aware there's a world outside the M25, right?
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>>63323138
Jesus Christ, how much user data do you people need?
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>>63319043
cam mare pingul
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>>63318511
>Tfw listing all these speeds
>Tfw still on 6mbps connection with data cap for $90 a month

Australia, everybody.
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25mbps 4g VoLte
1gb everyday
2dollaroos pm

100mbps cable
Unlimited
9dollaroos pm

INDIA
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>>63318363
Moving to a new apartment next week and switching to Aussie broadband. (Fttb) Signed up for 100/40 1000gb (doubled to 2000 for 6 months) for $100/m. Will see how long it takes them to do the install and then the speeds I actually get. Coming from 5mb here I am optimistic
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>tfw nbn will be slower download
I get 14-14.5MB/s through steam. Have 1 year before have to make the switch. Also $89 a month for 1TB of quota and the speedboost thrown in for free (normally $20) from 30/1 to 100/2. Crappy upload but it's all that's offered. Also get the speed at all times even peak.
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>>63318363
70/month
1gbps

google fiber :^)
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>yfw there are cucks who are still not on AussieBB
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TPG via HFC, on 100\40 plan at 730pm, 99 a month for their unlimited plan.

I'd switch to aussie broadband but I seed on torrents so I'll put up with it.

Surprised that the router they bundle isn't awful too
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I pay 18 euros per month for 1Gbs/200
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>>63318363
300 / 10
53 usd
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Glorious FTTN VDSL nbn :
$99 a month with 1TB of data
at least at these speeds I can never run into congestion :^)
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>>63318363
$32 Month (No Caps)
25/10
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>7.1/0.72
>$60/month
>10/1
Sure feels good to live in a first world country
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400/40 + tv

69 eur
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I pay $50 for 50/50 (which includes $10 router rental). Eventually I'd like to upgrade to 150/150, I think it's something like $80




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