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  #1044941 14-May-2014 16:58
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brakelateandturn: Ok I'm downloading a torrent file and it says I'm getting 2.9MB/s is that how fast it should be on the 30/10 plan?


I'd say so, I'm on DSL2 at 14 Mbit and I get 1.3 max

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  #1044947 14-May-2014 17:05
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NZtechfreak: 147MB/s, using the fourth gee on my phone.


Wrong sized b? laughing


Fourth Gee?

New tech, I'm outa date

My 4G at home is 36 down, not bad for two bars of 5

 
 
 
 


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  #1045032 14-May-2014 18:44
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I have tapped out my Vodafone 130Mbit cable any number of times. Tad over 16MB/s is always pleasant to see :)

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  #1045148 14-May-2014 21:58
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On Orcon unlimited 30/10 I usually see 3.4MB/s Down, upload is usually upto 1MB/s on some popular torrents.  Yes (Megabyte)!!!




 



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  #1045259 15-May-2014 07:20
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Brandonrnz: On Orcon unlimited 30/10 I usually see 3.4MB/s Down, upload is usually upto 1MB/s on some popular torrents.  Yes (Megabyte)!!!




Cool, thats the exact same plan I am on. I see about the same upload, maybe just slightly faster, and slightly less download speed. I wonder how I can eek out that last little bit?

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  #1045260 15-May-2014 07:21
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plambrechtsen: This is what I get from my work desktop to the local speed test server (but I am in Wellington and the server is in Auckland)



Have you laid a complaint with the comcom yet over slow speed?

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#1045261 15-May-2014 07:22
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NZtechfreak: 147MB/s, using the fourth gee on my phone.


That is some serious 4G speed

 
 
 
 


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  #1045417 15-May-2014 11:33
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I have been told that I have the fast VDSL2 Line in Whangarei.
However I will not claim victory or even gloat that I do. Just been told.



I'd actually would like to compare against someone else with VDSL in Whangarei.

Also that is slightly being saturated by steam downloads and a private minecraft server shared with a few friends.





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  #1045690 15-May-2014 17:39
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Mine now on a 62/42 VDSL connection





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  #1045703 15-May-2014 18:16
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I can get up to 7.2MB/s down and 1MB/s up on my 17a VDSL line syncing at 63/10mbps, torrents wise that is.

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  #1045738 15-May-2014 19:16
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Brumfondl: I have tapped out my Vodafone 130Mbit cable any number of times. Tad over 16MB/s is always pleasant to see :)


Ditto.
VF cable 130/10.
130Mbps sometimes (NZ links), over 100Mbps (international VPN/proxy) often.




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  #1045741 15-May-2014 19:21
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AT&T home my max ever was 121Kb/s (lol) contrasted to the 100/100 fibre at work which seems to get around 10.6MB/s

Sad sorry swap over going home each evening :)

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