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Topic # 37474 14-Jul-2009 09:32
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I couldn't find a topic that already collated speed test results, so I thought I'd start one.

My idea was to get a range of results from a range of locations to get a feel for how well the network performs. Something like this:

Date/Time: 14 July, 9:00am
Location: Dunedin CBD
Device: Dell Wireless 5530 HSPA minicard adapter (Dell Mini 9)
Result:




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  Reply # 235091 14-Jul-2009 11:14
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IPhone 3G XT
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Friday 10 July 5:04pm



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  Reply # 235120 14-Jul-2009 12:04
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Whakatane, SE W705a


1.27/0.41

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 235131 14-Jul-2009 12:31
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Is this a good speed reading?

Blenheim Top of the south island

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  Reply # 235142 14-Jul-2009 13:01
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that looks pretty good :) but it looks like a ADSL connection :P




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  Reply # 235162 14-Jul-2009 13:50
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l43a2: that looks pretty good :) but it looks like a ADSL connection :P


And if it's not, make sure you post your phone/usb modem details ;)

Here's mine



Wellington CBD 1:45pm
Nokia 6120 classic USB tethered


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  Reply # 235292 14-Jul-2009 18:41
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Here's another at home, in Fairfield, Dunedin:
(same Dell netbook radio)





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  Reply # 235295 14-Jul-2009 18:55
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thats pretty good upload :)




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  Reply # 235310 14-Jul-2009 19:24
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l43a2: thats pretty good upload :)



Yeah, but sadly it only gets that in the last few milliseconds of the test, up till then it's around 0.65




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  Reply # 235348 14-Jul-2009 20:51
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Miramar:




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  Reply # 235370 14-Jul-2009 21:38
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I have been getting around 2.5 Mbps down and 120 down on my XT 3GS, peaked at 3.5 using the speedtest ap.. pretty happy with that faster than my wireline connection at home

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i got this result the other night on my ultra touch tethered to my comp, www.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/05efe0dd838ace98c64cbbbc11ed705d.jpg results from henderson auck.

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  Reply # 235542 15-Jul-2009 10:46
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Whoa...

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  Reply # 235556 15-Jul-2009 11:15
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we get the idea




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  Reply # 235557 15-Jul-2009 11:16
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Come again Johnk?

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  Reply # 235575 15-Jul-2009 11:40
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Jesus John!
Post enough? We know you just want post counts ;)





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