Hmmm

05 Nov 2011 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 20

  1. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Daniel Enloe my thoughts exactly…..

  2. how much the cost?

  3. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Muhammad Zainul Murtadho aprox 50 US a month..

  4. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Brett Stevens upload more than download?

  5. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Brett Stevens seems strange up is higher than down….

  6. Andreas Kanon 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    To bad they charge you an arm and a leg if you actually use it for anything.

  7. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Joshua Casey see that makes much more sense….

  8. Mark Bienvenu 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    17.85 down, 4.43 up
    http://www.speedtest.net/result/1574297143.png

    I want to know how we both got a B+ when my download speeds are double yours, and your upload speeds are triple mine. They must be grading on a curve.

  9. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    This is my Home Comcast Connection
    http://www.speedtest.net/result/1574303273.png

    Very happy with Comcast in my neighborhood…..

    This MiFi is just strange at such a high upload…. I do not mind makes remote desktop connections great..

  10. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Brett Stevens MIT – welcome to the secondary backbone and HD streaming…..

  11. Mark Bienvenu 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Brett Stevens Faster than 99% of USA. You are the 1% Occupy MIT!

  12. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Mark Bienvenu nice 🙂

  13. Hendrik Sulaiman 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    I think that is normal right? our local broadband sometimes also gives reading up is higher

  14. Andy Comanda 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    For us in Chattanooga, those numbers are reversed… Around 15 download and 7 upload.

  15. Darryl D. Smith 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    I'm mad your Verizon mobile net got a higher grade than my Comcast broadband. SMH

  16. Stanley Nakis 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    Oh please don't trust this silly service

  17. Bruce Smith 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    Looks suspect to me. I'd try this one to get a second opinion: http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/

    Speakeasy always reports very close to the speed of the package I'm paying for at my ISP.

  18. Mark Bienvenu 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Bruce Smith How is one suspect, but the other valid? They both use Ookla to perform the actual speed test, and just pay a fee to have their own brand put on the results. You can go directly to the source at http://www.ookla.com/speedtest

  19. Stanley Nakis 5 Nov 2011 Reply

    All of these are completely subjective…this thing sucks…

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