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Topic # 7666 1-May-2006 21:59
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Hello. This is a survey thread only. No discussions please (take them to another thread...).

All I want is the following...

256kbps plan users ONLY

Run this speedtest: http://www.nzdsl.co.nz/index.php?module=Speedtest
Then come back here and post the following (within a few mins so I can take the post time/date as data)

Location (suburb+city)
ISP (xtra/ihug/sling etc)
D/L Speed (from the test)
U/L Speed (from the test)

You can post as many speed test results as you like, but please ensure they are as accurate as possible by closing file sharing applications, and any software using the internet. Anytime day or night is good - I want a good cross section.

If you are not an ADSL 256kbps customer, I dont want your results here...




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  Reply # 34472 1-May-2006 22:11
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Palmerston North (relatively near the square so not sure what suburb).
Orcon 40gb 25kbps Plan
260kbps down,
104kbps up.

Note: Results varied, inital results were a lot lower.





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Nelson, Tahunanui
Orcon 40GB 256/128
D/L 263
U/L 130

 
 
 
 


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Palmerston North
Orcon 256kbps 40gb plan
260kbps down
109kbps up




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