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PC World's ISP Service Rankings, as of June 2005

rendler Re:Nah. (254 comments)

Those sorts of speed are kinda nice on paper but what happens when you go over that quota. That whopping 12Mbit/s becomes no faster than a dial-up, which kinda sucks. All the people I know who use broadband care more about how much they can download than the actual speed. And in that department Australia is extremely lacking I feel. The only ISP truly offers a genuine and realiable all-you-can-download service on broadband is Internode with maybe one or two others. But the price for such an offering is very expensive: $100 for 512 and $150 for 1500, which to me shows that broadband in Australia still has a long way to go.

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