What is your download/upload speed?

BerylRdmBerylRdm Posts: 675
edited August 2016 in Off Topic
I was discussing this matter with my friends, and I would like to make a quick survey about internet speed. If you could post your dowload/upload speed, country you're living and how much you need to pay for that speed (in euro/dollars), we can compare where connection is statistically the fastest and where is the cheapest for 1mb/s.

Let's start with me:

Download: 120 mb/s,
Upload: 12mb/s,
Country: Poland,
Cost: ~16 euro/month (70 PLN).
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  • Herr_HanzHerr_Hanz Posts: 1,145
    Download: 2.5 mb/s, (around 3 on a good day)
    Upload: 0.5mb/s, (0.6 on a good day)
    Country: The Netherlands.
    Cost: Parents.

    i live on a farm, in one of the more rural provinces (drenthe).

    Herr Hanz

  • On my boarding house (I'm currently in an university outside my hometown)

    Download : 0.9-2.0Mb/s
    Upload : 0.3-0.5Mb/s
    Location : Bandung, West Java. Indonesia
    Cost : Unknown since it's paid by collective cost included on the rent


    In my parents house (my hometown), although it's VERY SLOW because we're using older ISP package

    Download : 60-90Kb/s
    Upload : 5-15Kb/s
    Location : Bogor, West Java. Indonesia
    Cost : IDR 200k per month (around 20 USD or higher)
  • Dr_PlantbossDr_Plantboss Posts: 545
    edited August 2016
    14 MB/s
    Around NYC
    Bandwidth sucking roommate / Parents
  • BananaSlugBananaSlug Posts: 1,894
    around 200KB/s (which was supposed to be 2MB/s)
    70KB/s (which was supposed to be 1,5MB/s)
    80 (jumps to 200+ if someone refreshes website)
    parents (i dont know :/ )

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  • BerylRdmBerylRdm Posts: 675
    If you guys could ask your parents about costs I would be grateful! :)

    @BananaSlug Yes, I think I know what company it is :)
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  • EoxEox FrancePosts: 3,121Moderator

    This is wierd, because I can't download more than 230kb/s.
  • onLooSeonLooSe Posts: 154
    edited August 2016
    Download: 33.70 Mb/s
    Upload: 33.84 Mb/s
    Country: Bulgaria
    Cost: 10 EU/month (20 Bulgarian Levs)
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  • DarkMatterMattDarkMatterMatt Posts: 281
    edited August 2016

    Cost: 95NZD (68 USD, 61EUR) per month (includes homeline)
    Data Cap: Unlimited, no restrictions (e.g. can P2P as much as you like)

    Also, you can't really compare price per MB/s without knowing the data caps, everyone would need to have similar caps to compare it properly. Or does everyone else not in NZ have unlimited usage?
  • bontsabontsa Posts: 1,607
    edited August 2016
    Take my entry as a grain of salt in case you want some proper statistics @Beryl , as the form I pay for my connection is that I pay set amount for water/electricity/internet connection all in one. It's also the local Uni maintaining it instead of any commercial service provider so... Well, if you're interested what UAS student gets around these parts, here ya'll go.

    Download: 94,88mb/s
    Upload: 98,71mb/s
    Country: Finland
    Cost: 17€ for the entire set mentioned above. Counting how much of it is the connection upkeep costs and all that is not as simple as dividing it by 3 since its non-commercial and so forth.

    PS. Easy livin'? One's eligible for these only as long as they're a student in local vocational school/upper-secondary/Uni/UAS and use the student housing. Checked some commercial "up-to" 100mb/s fiber connections around and they start from 19€/month or so.
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  • tzurleatzurlea Posts: 1

    3 unlimited phone plans, cable, landline and internet, all for around 30E pe month.
  • MarsRoverMarsRover Posts: 2,043
    edited August 2016

    59 PLN (~15USD, ~13EUR)
    Downloading all those open betas and test weekends is quite easy an convenient :)
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  • @MarsRover so you're from Poland too? Didn't know. Also - Kraków. Studied and lived there for 5 years, and I plan to come back some day :)
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  • MarsRoverMarsRover Posts: 2,043
    @Beryl - yep, in Kraków since 2005. Studied there and now working there :)
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  • download: 3.05 mb/s
    upload: 0.6 mb/s
    country: philippines
    cost: ~21usd
  • @Eox
    This is wierd, because I can't download more than 230kb/s.
    Your download connection speed is 1,86Mb/s, meaning it's 1,86 megaBITS per second.
    While when you're downloading, it shows you how many BYTES (MB not Mb) per second you download. One byte = 8 bits.
    1860 / 8 = 232,5.
    So, I guess, everything is alright :)
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  • 120 kbs download
    20 kbs upload
    Yeah kinda sucks i know
  • 104 kb/s downald
    unkown upload
    2050 algerian dinars ( 1 euro=about 190 dinars)
    its utter crap yet its the best availble to purchase
  • jooshoyesjooshoyes Posts: 341
    edited February 2017
    700KB/s download or about 6mb
    100KB/s upload or 0.8mb
    £21 per month including line rental which is ~£17
  • Madonna_Madonna_ Posts: 162
    edited February 2017
    @Eox Speedtest is a different thing compared to a download.
    The first measures your connection speed in Megabits per secs while you download in megabytes.
    My connection is satellite 30 Mb/s and 3 in upload and i can download stuff in 2.7/3.7 MB/s and upload in 0.4
    I pay 30 euros every month while including home phone with the contract.
    EDIT: Didnt realize someone already replied to you.
  • 83MB down / 12.MB up and that is from California while running off comcast.
  • EoxEox FrancePosts: 3,121Moderator
    Yes. Also the thread is supposed to be dead since more than a year.

    Mind the date, people !
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