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hi, hello! how are you?

new member here.

sorry, i posted my query Before i browsed the "New Members, Please Read!"

really sorry for that. i apologize.

is there a formula to get the "real speed" a consumer is getting from an advertised "up to speed" by most ISPs?

i have up to 384 kpbs connection based on my ISPs contract. 

my download is almost always about 2xx kbps while upload ranges from 90 to 100 kbps.

am i getting what i paid for??

thanks again.

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