Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Ace123, Dec 19, 2002.
WHats the best internet connection?
What kind of connection?
Internet bandwidth... Internet provider...LAN bandwith....?
Well, I live in seattle and have had both DSL and cable. DSL was about a year and a half ago and cable is currently being used. IMHO, my cable xp-erience is much better.
Always on and I have had very few problems. It seems to be quicker but dont quote me on that.
It's about $50 per month. Well worth it to me. I think AOL 56k is about 25 per month. So...
I am on cable (Roadrunner). I have no complaints at all. Very dependable and very fast.
Cable here ... Cox HSI.
No problems ... 3 mbit downstream connection. Glitches are very rare ... I'm happy :happy:
Costs $40 now per month.
If you dont mind my asking, what part of Cal.?
I'm moving to So. Cal. pretty soon and that sounds like a pretty good deal.
I've lived in the bay and that co. doesn't sound familiar, and I'm fairly sure that it's not anywhere near redding ca.
I live in Irvine (Orange County), south of Los Angeles.
Cox High Speed Internet is a very common service here ... and it sure is a VERY good deal.
Cable. Road Runner. Nice and fast.
See I have At&t broad band and I have no bandwidth limit or anything and my max download is like 2 megabits a second... Just wanted to see how everybody else measured up... 3megsbits a second is dang fast! :0)
Im on ma bell and get 2600-2800 down, of course not always due to limits from other ends, other users limits and web stuff etc. and 256-300 up
good thing though is I can look out my bedroom window and see the main hub for this area, 1 block away
Now that is the right location.
The best connection is a T3.
had cable just about 5 years now and i love it ...aslo tried ADSL for a month ..cable blows it away!!
Yes...and how much do you have to pay per month to get it?
lol ...i dont think his allowance will quite cover the cost of a T3
My allowance covers the cost of free isp...
but I get cable
T3 is like 1000$ a month right?
T1 and T3 prices .
I read about T4 lines in one of my books last year. The numbers were pretty damn amazing.
Some info on T lines here.
The kbps between T1 and T4 is amazing.
dang I get 2000kbps at 40 bucks a month... screw t1 lol