>tfw finally getting decent speeds in Australia.
About fucking time.
Post your speeds.
21MB/s is about average peak speed for Steam downloads
I didn't think I was getting internet this fast.
I'm looking to buy a house in a rural area that might have DSL if I'm lucky
>Not living in the more superior country across the ditch.
I don't get it - I live in Sydney and I get 11.5MB/s peaks on Steam. Speedtest usually gives me about 90-98 Mb/s.
The first step to getting good Internet is to get a good job that pays good money.
I know your feel, I was stuck with DSL due to issues with the landlord not wanting to dig for FiOS, and comcast having that 250GB cap.
Comcast finally removed the cap in the area due to competition.
Going from 3Mbps/768Kbps to 150Mbps/15Mbps was life changing.
i think he turned off his router
Paying $38 for 75/10. I think comcast is about to upgrade the speed in the region.
using a Wind Mobile data stick (Onetouch X500U) near Square One in Mississauga
above 200mbit it kind of becomes moot, there are so few sites/torrents/downloads that will ever go above that speed that I just don't see the point in paying for more.
>mfw as google inches closer to this city comshit quietly ups the speed every few months
Really just shows you how much they were really shafting us this past decade
>tfw your ISP doesn't bend over for law enforcement agencies
Yeah i have no idea why i didn't just copy and paste that link. Had a brain fart.
Just upgraded to broadband from a shitty fucking WISP that gave us 1Mbps for like $70/month. Did a PtP (Nanobeam M5) link with our neighbor and now seeing 60Mbps.
Fuck the rural internet mafia.
>tfw close to acceptable speed but terrible ping
where muh satellite bros at
>Be on /g/
>People don't know how to share a picture that has been automatically generated for them
>People don't know how to take a screenshot
>/g/ - Tech illiteracy
mfw my download and upload speeds are the shittiest on /g/, sucks to be Aussie sometimes.
unlimted what, 3G based internet ?
Yeah enjoy being throttled after ~10 gigs.
Have you actually read their fine print ? they reserve the right to throttle you down to near dialup levels of speed.
How is mine?
Also no hard caps, no soft caps, no throttling or traffic management at all. Is good. :)
Wondering how most proprietary router firmwares handle bufferbloat, because they seem to be able to do it without noticeably reducing my speed, unlike OpenWRT's SQM.
Straya here, max out at about 2.3MB/s, not bad I suppose, but it could be much better. Too bad the government fucked up big time.