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brucie44
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  #129073 7-May-2008 11:29
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kobiak: brucie44, how is your international speed with snap? during the FS time.
and to what servers.

thanks.


100KB to states at 7pm  building to 250KB at midnight.   
best thing is unlimited volume for bigger volumes. Also this suits  my budget.       
If only a few gigs a month, might not be the best plan. 
I am happy as subscrbe to a stateside usenet server.

Buddy says if have more than two ISPs in a year, you is internet slapper !   

regards, Bruce.     





 
 
 

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brucie44
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  #131621 18-May-2008 17:46
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  Snap have been fully subscribed for Nightowl plan.  They are now not accepting any new users to this plan. Friend rung to join, and was offered other accounts.    
  Still happy with my Nightowl account.  :) 
 

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  #131622 18-May-2008 17:55
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Yep - in it's place is Snap Advanced




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brucie44
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  #131624 18-May-2008 18:03
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manhinli: Yep - in it's place is Snap Advanced


at $69.95 and 25GB limit, it  does not have the attraction of a Night owl account.     
Think Snap  have managed Nightowl well,  by limiting the number of suscribers. 
Impressed by helpdesk.     

Do you work for Snap  ?   :)         

regards, Bruce.

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  #131626 18-May-2008 18:05
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brucie44: Do you work for Snap  ?   :)

No way! I'm not even working yet!




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kobiak
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  #131670 18-May-2008 22:36
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they might limited the number of users... but international speed is awfull for a week.

connection to site drops, huge pocket loses :(

even national speed is around 1mbit - which is nonsence :( 




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  #132855 23-May-2008 19:11
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i'd have to disagree with kobiak

im on night owl i get 4mbit national ( distance from exhange means 4mbit is my theoretical max i think ) and international is pretty good as well




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  #132859 23-May-2008 19:23
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speedtest just done international

https://www.speedtest.net/result/274895152.png

better than the 1Mbit i mentioned before..





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  #132877 23-May-2008 20:13
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Damager: i'd have to disagree with kobiak

im on night owl i get 4mbit national ( distance from exhange means 4mbit is my theoretical max i think ) and international is pretty good as well


I posted 5 days ago.. now it's better :)

3-5mbit national
and 1.5-2mbit international :)

anyway, snap is better then woosh for sure :)




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snaprulez
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  #133968 28-May-2008 20:39
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mmmm Bit slow tonight.


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