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Steve    2

So, What ISP Are u With? Any1 else With Pipex?!

NeYo

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shockz    7,418

I have MSN... its ok for the most part. Never kicks me off, gets me to a fast speed. (When not on V.92)

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mercuryx013    0

Comcast Cable

Formerly AT&T @home.

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redrope    0

AT&T Broadband

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babis    0

Earthlink - DSL

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Joseph Zollo    6

AT&T Broadband, soon to switch to Optimum Online (they don't cap the bandwidth :D )

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Max    0

i am in the uk, i must say NTL is the best! stay away from BT lol

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neowin_hipster    0

Shaw. The best ISP in the world. I normally get 300-400 KBps from fast servers and 100-150 from slow servers. And it only costs $40 Canadian a month. (around $25.40 US). Needless to say, virtually no one uses dial-up anymore.

edit: to clear things up, shaw is 10mb cable. I've gotten up to 800MB/s.

As for dial-up, i meant no one in vancouver. I only know 1 guy still on dial-up at school (and he is waiting for cable install.)

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correllium    0

Adelphia Powerlink here

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Prof. Frink    0

Cox Cable...its been sucking balls recently when me or my friend try to play anything online...

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Originally posted by Goalie_CA

Shaw. The best ISP in the world. I normally get 300-400 KBps from fast servers and 100-150 from slow servers. And it only costs $40 Canadian a month. (around $25.40 US). Needless to say, virtually no one uses dial-up anymore.

Wow... Most servers dont allow more than 120k because they dont want everyone hogging the bandwidth. It has little to do with how fast the server is. btw I believe 80% of NA is on dial up.

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zivan56    22

I use shaw@home, they are pretty good in terms of service and staying on mostly all of the time.

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Steve    2
Originally posted by Goalie_CA

Needless to say, virtually no one uses dial-up anymore.

its not quite the same, here in England! ...YET! ... i shud be on ADSL by Friday! :D

NeYo

PS ... U're Right, BT Sucks! They are my dialup Provider (4 a few more days! YAY!!)

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mortensen    0
i am in the uk, i must say NTL is the best!

Ditto - NTL Broadband.

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pluggz    0

verizon dsl

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Porkey    0

im on 1mb NTL cable (UK)

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X    0
Originally posted by mortensen

Ditto - NTL Broadband.

change your sig :right:

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ElGato    0

NTL @ 512Kb, :D

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vraa    0

2mbit roadrunner.. no not AOL highspeed crap

just pure roadrunner..

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Max    0

heh, wish i could afford the 1mb connection.

tis a shame that we dont get super fast connections in the uk, well we do, but its super expensive :

ntl pings 0wn tho, i get under 20 when playing ut

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syphern    0

Blueyonder Broadband 512k (UK)

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Steven    80

OOL - Optimum OnLine

1MB Down, 128KB Up.

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Tim Dorr    0

Moved to Internet and Network

I think the numbers speak for themselves:

speed2.png

bandwidth

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doxtr111    0

PacBell.net DSL and have had excellent results.

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vraa    0

argh.. tim u suck LOL!

i'll trade you my P.o.s. samsung beat up opened up in pieces phone for you connection.. plllleeeasssseee

ok i'll throw in two root beer cans for it thats my final offer

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