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Right now I have Verizon Fios and I get around 6000kb/s download and 1800kb/s upload.
i only got DSL a few months ago. before then when i make scanlations i download the raw for 30mins, then upload it for 45mins. i dont even make scans for raws that are more than 10mb before cause they take too long. now i have DSL, but still my 400/100 kbps is slow compared to your standards, you measure in mbits
I've got cable. Though here in Belgium they put us up with horrible download / upload limits (not in speed, but in amount.) We're only allowed to dl/ul 12GB in total together.
I have a Yahoo AT&T DSL.
Optimum baby yeah.
DSL , and with quota , limited . :'(
Switched over to a bigger plan just yesterday. 25Gb Limit cap (dl/ul still counted as 1) ADSL2. Only attain normal ADSL speeds cause need to get an ADSL2 modem...
The one I'm using now is dsl.
I have Verizon fios...I get around 200kb/s up and 650kb/s down
I got me a 1027 kbs download and 624 kbs upload. I use comcast cable. I think it is good enough for me.
I have a 1 Mbps DSL connection, my downloas speed gets up to 100 KB/s. not very good for veeeery large files, but it fits my manga weekly taste and my family's need for internet browsing (html/search/e-mail/chat).
I have a 24mbit/1mbit ADSL connection. Download peaks at about 1.9 megs per sec and Upload at around 90 - 100k/s.
I have a 60gb cap in which both UL/DL are counted - which is uber suckage -_-
I got ADSL with Chilli(Australian Company) My download limit is 20gig Peak and 30 Gig Offpeak, which equals 50gig. Unlimited Uploads(i think).
Last edited by thegreatest08; March 16, 2008 at 09:01 AM. Reason: editing Unlimited Uploads(i think).
10 Mbps Up & Down, it's okay i don't have to wait that long when i dl something...
Dial- up T___T
it really makes me cry when i'm downloading manga and then i'm going to be disconnected 'o'