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(POLL) Approximately how speedy is your upload?

d3vi1 (710592) writes | more than 2 years ago

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d3vi1 (710592) writes "We've recently had an internet connection speed poll but it implicitly referred only to the download. In some places getting more than 1Mbps is a problem, while in a few others 100Mbps can be arranged for a reasonable amount.

So, dear /.-ers, how phat is you (home) pipe?

Please post details if you have a multi-tier speed. If your regional speed better than international due to shaping policies (sometimes called metropolitan bandwidth).

  • <512 Kbps (do give us details)
  • 512-1023 Kbps
  • 1-2 Mbps
  • 2-4 Mbps
  • 4-10 Mbps
  • 10+ Mbps
"
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