we use about 40 gigs a month, so we need a plan thats not going to break the bank.
we want youtube to work properly.
we want interleaving off, we are 100 meters from a telecom ISAM so we get very good dsl syncs (17 megabit) but with xnet we only get 8 megabits unless we go "naked" with them... other isps also seem to have some sort of restriction that says unless you are on their own dslams you will only get 8 megabit.. I have spoken to telecom and have been given assurances that the bottleneck here is at the isp in question, I.e they deliberately limit you to 8 megabit unless you pay a premium to be on their "special" dsl2+ plans.
are there any isps that i can keep my pots line, get a decent data price ( dollar a gig or thereabouts) and have a reliable single stream thruput for youtube and so forth?
im asking too much arent I.
well anyway for people who have switched, what isps are you with, how much is your data, and hows your youtube performance?