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#22374 26-May-2008 13:02
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hey just a question, we recently changed to the $50.00 plan and it is going very slow it's about 78kpbs download and about 134kbps download is that a good speed?

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  #133350 26-May-2008 18:33
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Hello,

Sure you dont mean between 78 kB/s and 134 kB/s?

kb/s is kilobits/second
kB/s is kiloBytes/second.

Typical dialup speed is 54 kilobits/second, which would mean youre getting at maximum just under 3 times typical dialup speed, which  is probably incorrect.

78 to 134 kB/s would be okay-ish, depends how far you from the exchange, the quality of the wiring in the house etc etc.

Im assuming you're on the FS/128k Fair Use Plan.





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  #133352 26-May-2008 18:50
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The thing is that if he "recently changed" plans, there is no broadband 3:
patrickstarr: hey just a question, we recently changed to the $50.00 plan and it is going very slow it's about 78kpbs download and about 134kbps download is that a good speed?

How recent?

What exact plan?




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