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Reply # 34609 3-May-2006 09:51
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w00t!!!

After ringing TC yesterday and getting my plan switched!!

Download Speed: 3223 kbps (402.9 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 128 kbps (16 KB/sec transfer rate)

Now we're cooking with fire!

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  Reply # 34624 3-May-2006 13:35
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Test #2

Location: Bishopdale, Christchurch
ISP: Quicksilver - Orbit 30 3.5/128
Download Speed: 2515 kbps (314.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 131 kbps (16.4 KB/sec transfer rate)



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 34630 3-May-2006 16:29
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Mt Eden, Auckland
Quicksilver Orbit 30 3.5M/128k
Download Speed: 2635 kbps (329.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 110 kbps (13.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

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  Reply # 34635 3-May-2006 17:24
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Test #3

Location: Bishopdale, Christchurch
ISP: Quicksilver - Orbit 30 3.5/128
Download Speed: 831 kbps (103.9 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 124 kbps (15.5 KB/sec transfer rate)


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  Reply # 34640 3-May-2006 17:49
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thanks for 3.5 mb connection telecom!!!!

Last Result:
Download Speed: 65 kbps (8.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 63 kbps (7.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

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  Reply # 34710 3-May-2006 21:25
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Papanui, Christchurch
Xtra, Explorer
Download: 908 kbps
Upload: 132 kbps



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  Reply # 34723 3-May-2006 22:13
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854Kbps down
119kbps up

Orcon 3.5/128 plan

Faster internet ... more telecom bull5hit

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Reply # 34856 4-May-2006 17:14
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xtra
eden tce
1850
128

why no 3.5?

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  Reply # 34861 4-May-2006 17:58
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My first speed test on vista without QoS:

Last Result:
Download Speed: 3394 kbps (424.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 112 kbps (14 KB/sec transfer rate)

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  Reply # 34864 4-May-2006 18:01
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Again:

Last Result:
Download Speed: 3410 kbps (426.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 72 kbps (9 KB/sec transfer rate)

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  Reply # 34866 4-May-2006 18:08
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Last Result:
Download Speed: 3390 kbps (423.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 132 kbps (16.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

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  Reply # 34880 4-May-2006 19:12
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City: Auckland
Suburb: Torbay
ISP: WorldNet
Time: 7:20pm
Download Speed: 3036 kbps (379.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 130 kbps (16.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

I should add that this drops to around 40k/s anywhere outside of New Zealand most of the time.

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  Reply # 34887 4-May-2006 20:10
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Opoho, Dunedin (8.10pm Thurs)
Xtra Adventure
Download Speed: 402 kbps (50.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 118 kbps (14.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Pretty sad.  Exactly what am I paying for again? 

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  Reply # 34914 4-May-2006 23:23
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Location: Blockhouse Bay, Auckland

ISP: Xtra
D/L: 3170kbps
U/L: 120kbps

Alternative Site 1:

Your current bandwidth reading is:

3.36 Mbps

which means you can download at 429.78 KB/sec. from our servers

Alternative site 2:
Thu, 04 May 2006 11:07:08 GMT
1st 128K took 305 ms = 429744 Bytes/sec = approx 3575 kbits/sec
2nd 128K took 305 ms = 429744 Bytes/sec = approx 3575 kbits/sec
3rd 128K took 314 ms = 417427 Bytes/sec = approx 3473 kbits/sec
4th 128K took 296 ms = 442811 Bytes/sec = approx 3684 kbits/sec

These results appear to be rather fast: maybe this page was in the browser cache. (LOL no it aint,)

Alternative Site 3:

Results:

Below is the data used to calculate your download speed:

  • Download time: 1.844 seconds
  • Size of file: 1000 Kilobytes
  • Estimated line speed: 4425.2 (kilobits/second)
  • Estimated line speed: 542.3 (kilobytes/second


Jetstreamgames.co.nz/speed

512KB Test
Your line speed is approximately 3565.7 Kbps or 437 K bytes/sec
( Where kb = kilobits and kB = kiloBytes )

Below is the data used to calculate your download speed:

  • Download time: 1.19 seconds
  • Size of file: 520 Kilobytes
  • Estimated line speed: 3565.7 (kilobits/second)
  • Estimated line speed: 437 (kilobytes/second)


1MB Test
Your line speed is approximately 3815.3 Kbps or 467.6 K bytes/sec
( Where kb = kilobits and kB = kiloBytes )

Below is the data used to calculate your download speed:

  • Download time: 2.158 seconds
  • Size of file: 1009 Kilobytes
  • Estimated line speed: 3815.3 (kilobits/second)
  • Estimated line speed: 467.6 (kilobytes/second)

International Site
www.bandwidthplace.com/speedtest

469.3 kilobits per second

Communications 469.3 kilobits per second
Storage 57.3 kilobytes per second
1MB file download 17.9 seconds
Subjective rating Not bad











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  Reply # 34919 4-May-2006 23:42
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Test #4

Location: Bishopdale, Christchurch
ISP: Quicksilver - Orbit 30 3.5/128
Download Speed: 534 kbps (66.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 113 kbps (14.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

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