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Download Speed: 112 kbps (14 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 326 kbps (40.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
why so slow?
we have dsl through our phone co and it looks like ours is the slowest on the forum.
do i need to call the isp or upgrade my modem and router?
You mean you don't have 5 spare computers hanging around to boost your speed? hahaha
I'm sorry Joey, it's fun to get Rick since he has to have the fastest, latest gadget around.
578 KBPS down and 280 KBPS up, at lest the up load was better than Vince's,
I am on a wireless net work out here, and I even payed for an up grade over the old carrier pigeon service,
Push sticks/blocks Save Fingers
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PUBLIC NOTICE: Due to recent budget cuts, the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil...plus the current state of the economy............the light at the end of the tunnel, has been turned off.
Today with service running good again. Using Verizon DSL Standard Package my speeds are as follows.
Using the service Josh posted and their server nearest me the average of running the test three times.
Using the Verizon test they have for members.
If you go with their lower cost DSL speeds are limited to 720 for downloading and 128 for uploading.
Yesterday when DSL was down, I tried dial-up and oh is that painfully slow by comparison. Some things just refused to work at all.
I am glad to have dial-up as I can access my E-mail and do some other basic stuff, but it crawls along.