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ac186bab57 Ive blogged about how Americas Internet is slow by worldwide standards. .. 6. 7. Uploading/downloading large files and cloud file-sharing. JigglyWigglyMember Since: January 27, 2009Posts: 24358JigglyWigglyFollowForum Posts: 24358Followed by: 0Reviews: 3 Stacks: 0#36 Posted by JigglyWiggly (24358 posts) - 6 years, 10 months agoBit pointless if someone advises you to get something that is beyond your price range isn't it ? Find the ISP that provides you with the best upload/download speeds at the best price you can find or afford.It helps if the line contention ratio is low too.kleggnutt Australia has the worst Internet I've ever seen, with ridiculous monthly caps, I find 250 gigs too low right now, I'd never ever want to go to Australia. Sometimes viruses can live on your computer and suck resources away from what you are doing thus slowing down your speeds. Turn off your modem for one minute and turn it on again. Before going all out with your broadband connection, take a quick look at your internet usage as a household, as sometimes is might actually make sense to go for a less expensive option which will suit your needs, rather than an expensive one that you won’t be using as much. We are in the USA countryside, stuck with satellite.
You can login to your modem by following your brands instructions. Secondly, your broadband speed can vary wildly at different times of the day depending on external factors, such as the number of users online in your building, your street, and even your country. eddy961Member Since: May 29, 2003Posts: 1388eddy961FollowForum Posts: 1388Followed by: 0Reviews: 2 Stacks: 0#26 Posted by eddy961 (1388 posts) - 6 years, 10 months agoIm in Australia BTWcraptacular i know teddyrobMember Since: August 1, 2004Posts: 4557teddyrobFollowForum Posts: 4557Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0#27 Posted by teddyrob (4557 posts) - 6 years, 10 months agoOk so i did the speed test and here's the results.Ugh i'm so embarrassed. Both BT's fibre network (used by Sky, TalkTalk, EE and others as well as BT) and Virgin Media's fibre offerings claim upload speeds of 10-20Mb, while ADSL is usually restricted to 512Kb, but can be 1Mb on some specialist providers. high definition), you may require more bandwidth for better quality. Here are my results. Ive noticed that on rainy days like today, it tends to be slower (and that was regardless of DSL, Cable or fibre (Ive got FiOS, now).