Post you're speed.
Bonus point for no university campus, that's cheating
>mfw Americans think USA is a first world country
To be fair, that's literally the fastest shit you can get in AK without being at a university.
Also, aren't you paying like $150-200 a month for that? Pretty sure at least public rates from GCI state $175 a month for 250Mb/s
Work line, Everyone gets 5 MG up to 100 computers.
Nope. The competition ACS is a DSL company that offers unlimited, but I have heard some horror stories about them. Also my house doesn't have a telephone line.
Right now ACS only has their $79.99 plan. Which depending on where you live it could be 50Mb or 1Mb.
Should be 200 but my shit_tier phone can't handle.
Can't wait for affordable 20 gib fibre next year.
i wonder how many of you fa/g/its pay for your own internet vs mom&dad
Nope I already pre-bought the switches and nic's to replace em on all hardware devices and I already did my house installation to ITED manual (thats basicly the norm on how to properly build a house network here).
Now i'm just sitting and waiting for them to enable the fibre.
Cat 6e Cables where 300€, cabinet was 150+acessories.
Router is PFsence based(already had a mobo) since they run fiber and add a modulator I don't need a gateway.
Lets see 3 network adaptors where about 50 bucks a pop used.
48 port 10 gig switch was 100€.
In total it was about 700€.
So it's only 200 € more then it would be a 1gb instalation.
> mfw Americans DON'T think they live in a first world country
This is what you would get in a true third world country m8s
I play online with a lot of Americans and I'm just on the other side of the boarder in Canada.
What's with the third world Internet? They can't even consistently maintain a connection to a voip call.
What the fuck? This is embarrassing. You have more aircraft carriers then my country has large city's but people paying good money can't maintain a fucking Internet call?
America doesnt need fiber, what they really need is bandwidth caps! The free market is so great, look at all this competition between those only two companies. What a coincidence that an ex-lobbyist for comcast just happened to become chairmen of the FCC and just happened to try to deregulate in their favor.
Oh america! The worst least broken system, thats for sure.