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hmm i've got SBC (south western bell) DSL for home computer use, but my dad uses a T1 cable (fast as HELL) when he works at home (company provided). the DSL costs roughly 45$ a month (unlimited usage and specialized e-mail, but the email isnt that great). i kno that T1 lines are reallly really hard to get (usually provided to companies) and really expensive so....
Thanks to everyone sharing the info. Keep it up.
I forgot to be polite and didn't tell my data at first. I'll make it up now.
Well I have a modifiable DSL, constant speed d/u 512/256, plus turbo modes that boost the speed tenfold.
Cost are as low as approx. 20$ per month (12 Ls). Mainly because it's the main telephone company's service.
Dial-up 50.6Kbps = $43
For refference, standard monthly payment is around $240.
The worst thing is that starting with next month telephone will be 100% more expensive. I really hope that I'll have 128Kbps cable internet in next 2 months and then 256Kbps ADSL until the end of the year.
Pfff. let me think...
I pay a lot (or: my parents) for my ADSL internet connection, about 50 per month. 25 for the phone company and 25 for the provider
For a connection WITHOUT datalimit (we have that here), so I can d/l as much as I like (I d/l about 10-40 GB per month, most of it are games and movies).
Speed: well, dunno exaclty but if I d/l the average speed is about 650 kb p/s.
Well, I gonna check my current speed if I'm at home, currently posting on school, from THEIR wireless network
Oh yeah, also have wireless at home, but I use a cable to connect my desktop to internet and my notebook has a wireless card in it. NOw I think of it, the speed of my modem/router at home is about 100 mb p/s (my modem can handle a speed of 100 mb p/s, but my internetspeed should be around 54 mb p/s).
Well, I hope this will help you... I'll check at home what the exact specs are.
DSL, and it costs about 40 I think, but I don't really know so don't quote me on that.
I have DSL. And it costs about $50 a month. 20G/ month
im in an apartment complex its difficult to get cable since all the other apartments in the building were feeding off of the same line
I have DSl. I think. I love it. It's fast and doesn't busy up the phone line
I have dsl ( 512 kb) and i pay after converting it approximately 42 Dollars a month (not cheap!!!!)
i have a dial up connection
but not for long. i am going for a DSL as long as this summer vacation ends hell yeah. DSL ownz all
now i have a dsl.... WEEEEEEEE!!!!!! HAPPINESS!
10mbit down 1mbit up
(the downside is that i have to pay for this one)
2000/128 Kb (notice it's a bit, not byte) costs about 60$ That's of course very expensive, but it's only because I live in a small town and cheap ISP only provide their services for bigger cities and such.
If I lived about 50 Km away from my current home, it'd be about 20$ for 10/10 mbit :S Unfortunately moving is too troublesome.
24mbit download 1mbit upload, costs me about.. o.O $56
so my max download rate is about 2,4 mbit p/s....but but....soon the "fiber ranged zone" will increase which means we will get free 100mbit upgrade.
Hehe...I got you BEAT!!!Originally Posted by WaLkiE
I'm in the Dominican Republic and I have DSL.
My Line is 384 down/ 256 Up
I pay around $28 bucks a month (when converted to US Dollars)
IF I want the highest speed around (1.5 Down/ 768 Up), I'd have to pay around $100.
Now, there goes to show you how in third world countries, everything is cheap...considering most people get paid around $200 - $400 a month.....
Im in Australia [where our internet service is terrible relative to our GDP]
Our household is on a 1500/256kbit ADSL connection. It costs $70AU/month [1.00AUD ~0.76 US atm] with a 25GB [the isp counts a gigabyte as 1000MB] cap, thereafter the conneciton is throttled to 64/64kbit [as it is at the moment]. Unlimited plans are outrageously expensive, if available at all.
Prices, speed and service would be better in a metropolitan area, but we are located in a 'regional' area, as classified by our telephone exchange.