So how much do you pay for internet and mobile data, /g/? What are you getting out of it?
I live in a third world shithole so internet speed is atrocious. Pic related is my home WiFi speed, it is that bad.
I pay equivalent of $6 a month for it so not complaining much.
Also pay another $6 monthly for my 4G mobile hotspot (if you can call. 10Mbps "4G") , both unlimited bandwidth of course.
Lastly $4 to the mobile telco Jew for 4GB of data.
$60 + mobile hotspot ($10-20) a month to boost mobile
I get unlimited high speed lte for the entire month (phone only) and speeds float around 20-30 mbps most of the time.
I live in the US where some companies like verizon charge you $60 a month to use 3GB of high speed lte for a month and then reduce it to 128kbps until the next month so I'm doing pretty well I guess.
They don't, actually. Which is kinda weird since everyone else seems to be doing it. 480p videos on my phone load in seconds and I rarely experience buffering. p2p networks aren't throttled either but I wouldn't torrent stuff without a VPN.
free tier google fiber.
5 mbps down $0/month
>Ask to cancel Cable TV since we dont even use it
>They offer to triple our internet speeds if we dont cancel it AND to cut our monthly bill in half for half a year then we keep the internet and pay what we pay now ($55/mo)
I pay 90 bucks a month for 60 down and 5 up and honestly it fulfills my needs but I do live in Canada which means they can set prices high since they have a much lower ARPU but want to make a certain profit target per year and they can give us less because there's no precedence to give us more since there's no real competition.
Basically it's Telus vs Shaw for home internet, phone and TV services. Cellular is Telus/Bell/Rogers and their respective subsidiaries Koodo/Virgin/Fido.
They all just meet in closed room meetings and agree to similar plan structures anyways, so really it's a monopoly style market.
$60 a month unlimited data. Just use the hotspot function on my phone for Internet at home. Works as well as it did when I had cable.
i pay 3.99€ monthly for 1GB internet traffic up to LTE, 50minutes of calling and 50 sms aswell..
it's just perfect for my needs even though it's not the best network but i'm mostly in my town anyways which is covered throughout with lte
Eh, not bad for $50 a month. Can play vidya and upload podcasts with ease
Not too bad, I pay €50 for internet, television and phone in the Netherlands.
Unlimited 4g data, speed is limited to 50Mbps, for 14.99€. For 5 eurodollars more I could get unlimited texts and calls but I don't even remember when is the last time that would have saved me money so I don't have it.
And at home I've got 100/100 fiber for 25€.
12 euros in month 250 mb/s
need to upgrade my lan card, it holds just 100mb/s
for 9 euros you can have digital tv, land linde phone and internet with speed more then 700mb/s, but that's another company.
i don't stream music/have 64gb onboard storage
i rarely watch youtube videos
i mostly type whatsapp messages or casually browse technology newssites for half an hour per day or look up the next bus ride.
and mostly end up using just a half of the volume
I live in a student dorm, so the university is my ISP. Symmetric 10 Mbps and 160GB data cap, but at least it's only 5 eurobucks a month. Would gladly pay more if it meant I didn't have to always leave the house to torrent on eduroam.
Australia here. $70 a month with 500GB cap, fucking Telstra giving me such shit uploads. My last connection was just 6mbps so I guess I can't complain too much.
I live in a first world country and pay $125 for HughesNet's 15 down 8 up package that has a 70 GB data cap. Hopefully cable will spread to my area and save me from this nothing I've become.
>I live in the US where some companies like verizon charge you $60 a month to use 3GB
That sounds like absolute shit. I pay less for my 250mb/s home net and unlimited LTE combined.
This is tmobile data. Better around my college since its in the city, at my Parents house for the weekend so its slower here
ATT tech here. You must be at an incredibly high distance from the DSLAM/Central Office . Call and ask if you can be moved to one that is nearer. It'll be a bit of a pain, but well worth it.
I pay 3,99€/month for
* 50Gb of LTE (throttled then, no overcharge)
* Unlimited texts, MMS and calls to virtually anywhere in the world
* Roaming in major countries is also included and free
I'm getting about 35mbps down where I live since the place I live in is a somewhate shitty, but easily reach 80mbps on my chinese phone when moving closer to the city.
Pretty much every single cable ISP has upgraded to Docsis 3.0 and some are doing 3.1 meaning gigabit speeds over cable.
tl;dr you don't know what you're talking about.
Verizon ~$23 per month 2gb lte
$99/mo for 50/50 Mbps internet and a low-tier television package (Verizon Fios)
$50/mo for unlimited talk/text, 5GB of 4G data, then unlimited 2G data (Straight Talk).
Not great but better than some people I know.
i pay about 31 usd for 24Mbit
10$, unlimited data, 250SMS and 250min
Pic related is 2.4 GHz wifi speed, actually get ~90 megabits/s
T-Mobile. Pic related, seems good although i dont use it much.
I pay 85 EUR/month for this bull and I still have a 200GB cap