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# 175067 16-Jun-2015 13:15
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s there a cheap isp out there that has unlimited internet with a faster upload speed then 80kbps to 120kbps because uploading a 2.4gb 1080p video to youtube takes like around 7hrs i can live with that kind of upload speed for now i guess but i would like something faster as i am going to be uploading more videos to youtube

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  # 1325732 16-Jun-2015 13:20
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I'm guessing you're on ADSL? You will need to upgrade to VDSL or UFB to get better upload speeds.

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  # 1325745 16-Jun-2015 13:27
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As lxsw20 mentioned, you'll need a better connection method - check the Chorus Maps to see whats available in your area or contact your ISP to request a check for UFB/VDSL.






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  # 1325747 16-Jun-2015 13:31
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Not really a off-topic question as it's related to broadband

Sounds like you have a house wiring fault or connected to a rural cabinet, What do the modem line stats reflect about your connection and changing ISP 99% chance speed will not change

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  # 1325752 16-Jun-2015 13:40
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Snap on UFB 30/10

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  # 1325755 16-Jun-2015 13:45
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timmmay: Snap on UFB 30/10

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How does this add any value? You don't know anything about end users setup / location and what they have access to

I Could post a 500Mbp/s upload pic but would not help OP

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  # 1325766 16-Jun-2015 13:50
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johnr: Not really a off-topic question as it's related to broadband

Sounds like you have a house wiring fault or connected to a rural cabinet, What do the modem line stats reflect about your connection and changing ISP 99% chance speed will not change


Or perhaps the OP actually means 80-120 KB/s which would be about right for straight ADSL upload, and is also the correct order of magnitude for the mentioned figure of 7 hours for 2.4 GB?

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  # 1325768 16-Jun-2015 13:52
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I see thread has been moved

So they need to check if they are in VDSL or Fibre coverage for a faster upload option

 
 
 
 


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  # 1325771 16-Jun-2015 13:57
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sidefx:
johnr: Not really a off-topic question as it's related to broadband

Sounds like you have a house wiring fault or connected to a rural cabinet, What do the modem line stats reflect about your connection and changing ISP 99% chance speed will not change


Or perhaps the OP actually means 80-120 KB/s which would be about right for straight ADSL upload, and is also the correct order of magnitude for the mentioned figure of 7 hours for 2.4 GB?


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  # 1325773 16-Jun-2015 13:59
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johnr: How does this add any value? You don't know anything about end users setup / location and what they have access to

I Could post a 500Mbp/s upload pic but would not help OP


OP asked for an ISP with good upload speed, I showed that Snap has a good upload speed. Others had already covered the angles of "you need a decent connection to your house (VDSL/Fibre)". I believe I answered the question asked, though that question isn't really what they needed to know.

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  # 1325774 16-Jun-2015 14:02
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timmmay:
johnr: How does this add any value? You don't know anything about end users setup / location and what they have access to

I Could post a 500Mbp/s upload pic but would not help OP


OP asked for an ISP with good upload speed, I showed that Snap has a good upload speed. Others had already covered the angles of "you need a decent connection to your house (VDSL/Fibre)". I believe I answered the question asked, though that question isn't really what they needed to know.


Every ISP offers that upload speed that retails UFB it's not exclusive to a single ISP

OP check out VDSL or even better Fibre and if you can get connected up, All retail service providers offer a range of plans and speed

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  # 1325778 16-Jun-2015 14:11
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johnr: Every ISP offers that upload speed that retails UFB it's not exclusive to a single ISP


Probably true, most will have no problem with backhaul at that level, but I still answered the question asked.

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  # 1325780 16-Jun-2015 14:15
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You posted speedtests from a single ISP yes that really answered the question, I am sure that helped them

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  # 1325783 16-Jun-2015 14:20
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johnr: You posted speedtests from a single ISP yes that really answered the question, I am sure that helped them


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