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post what you think your isp's best package speed will be a year from now.

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in this format

My isp:

Best package now:

My current speed/package:

Best package a year from now:

my isp: Cox communications

best package now: 15/2

my current speed/package: paying for 12/1 got 19/1 when bypassed router

best package a year from now: probably 50/3 (they won't give us any F***ing upload

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:tongue8:

Anyway, I doubt my provider, Comcast will have much better speeds a yearn from now.I'm not really sure. I had 3Mb in 1998, 4Mb in 2003, then 6Mb in 2005, all on Mediaone Roadrunner (Express), ATTBI Comcast. I have been getting nice speeds lately, though.

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Actually php and I have too much confidence in Hughes.

They may up the package, but they will then over sell it to where you actually get less. Except if you want to stay up till midnight to get those speeds.  :evil:

Probably be up to 2.0/250 with a reality of 700/75 in the daytime @ best.

Lots of confidence.  :thumbsup:

:321::thefinger:

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My ISP   Pipex.com UK

advertised speed 8Mbps

what I get    2.2Mbps

national average for UK on 8Mb service 2.4 Mbps

in a years time  :lol: :lol: :lol: 2Mbps  :x

my results from TMN, congratulations  you are 25% above your ISP's average  :shock:

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