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View Poll Results: What is your internet connection speed?

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  • Above 2mbps

    68 43.04%
  • Up to 2mbps

    18 11.39%
  • Up to 1.5mbps

    20 12.66%
  • Up to 1mbps

    15 9.49%
  • Up to 768kbps

    4 2.53%
  • Up to 512kbps

    17 10.76%
  • Below 384kbps

    14 8.86%
  • Dial-up speed (56kbps or less)

    2 1.27%
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    #351

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    #352
    Testing the WiFi connection after changing router from old D-Link to Netgear R6250. Almost 4x better than what I used to get with WiFi N.


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    #353
    My speed test results are,

    Downloadspeed:1.787Mbps
    Uploadspeed:0.837Mbps
    I checked my internet speed test here ScanmySpeed : Check my Internet Speed .
    Is this good or not

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    #354
    My speed test results now using ScanmySpeed

    Downloadspeed:0.101Mbps
    Uploadspeed:0.659Mbps

    I am happy with the result.

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    #355
    Bayantel now owns by globe!
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    #356
    Why is my DL speed at 5.5mbps yet UL is nly 0.2mbps???
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    #357
    Mag DNS leak test kayo pag mabagal coz chances are na infiltrate router nyo and sending your http requests sa fake DNS sites to fake but good copy websites

    Honestly my there's no way to protect yourselves anymore from Router hijacking these days, better get the Macs for extra protection

    Grabe na ng hacking

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    Jan 2006
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    #358
    Our connection has always been middle of the pack or just slightly below middle of the pack, usually 50 Mbps (6.2 MBps). But, it looks like our ISP has been true to their word about a slight speed boost.

    I don't mind the speed boost so long as I'm paying the same price.



    I never tried testing our connection at work. But, one of the IT guys said not to bother. The bandwidth testing sites are filtered out by the firewall.
    Last edited by Jun aka Pekto; July 25th, 2016 at 02:14 AM.

  9. Join Date
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    #359
    That speed will forever remain a dream in the Philippine household.

    Sent from my SM-N910C using Tapatalk

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    #360
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    That speed will forever remain a dream in the Philippine household.

    Sent from my SM-N910C using Tapatalk
    When I visited the PH/LPC in 2013, my brother in law had decent Internet. It was good enough for Skype and to use Steam for games. He and my nephew have gaming PCs with Steam.

    The apparent snappiness of surfing was on par with my uncle's ISP in Nevada (DSL). I would guess it's only around 5 Mbps. Not much. But, he (brother in law) seemed to be getting the full 5 Mbps.

    I'll give a decade. As someone who seldom visit the PH, I notice changes much more easily. I was pleasantly surprised in 2013 except for the traffic. ;) I think the PH will reach 50 Mbps in ten years. Of course, by that time, gigabit Internet will be more common elsewhere.
    Last edited by Jun aka Pekto; July 25th, 2016 at 10:11 AM.

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