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Thread: Not good but alot better!




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    Me and my gf are moving to a new apartment in the first of august, then I will be using a faster connection, 2.5 Mbit compared to the 0.5 Mbit line I've used for a while now.
    2.5 Mbit isn't "real" broadband but it sure will be better than this one.. :)

    The thing is that the ISP that we will sign up for in august is currently trying out a new project in my town. They will offer a few areas a 26 Mbit connection (fastest for private persons in the whole country), just imagine sutch a line, there's no end to the possibilities!! :drool:

    I'm not saying I will get one anytime soon but theres a chance within a year or so because one person I know lives not far from our new home and he will be trying one. Hey no wrong in dreaming is there.. :shrug:

    Btw that superline is about $39 a month.


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    a 26 Mbit connection would make me drewl all over my keyboard! :drool:

    hell, even 2.5 Mb would make me a little light headed

    best I can get here is 1 Mb (which I have) and it runs me about $40 US a month

    what does $39 in Sweden come to here in the US?
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    I meant 39 american dollars. Hell I pay 37 dollars for the crap line I got atm.

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    now i feel like I'm getting ripped off :tears:

    oh well, aint much I can do about it I suppose...
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Well it ain't THAT cheap. Sweden has usually very good prices though, if you are living in the right areas you can get 10 Mbit for between $19-25.


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    That would be a sweet deal, but I can't complain too much. Since the cable company finally got the rest of the city wired with fiber, we are getting 3Mb for about $39/month
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    Out around here, a 2mb package costs ya $80 a month.........you lucky *******s

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    when I was living in Seattle a year ago 1 Mb was $60/mo
    ...but I was still on dial-up so I'm a bit fuzzy on that :confused:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    aaaaargh...want to kill you all :mad: :grr: :mad: :grr: :mad: :grr:
    i m paying $20 for a 64K connection :cry:
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    Im paying $25 for dialup, connets round 46.6k

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