|08-04-10 at 08:42 AM||#99|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Discuss How much are you paying for internet? at the Computers & Technologies forum within tehPARADOX.COM Online Sharing Community.
|08-04-10 at 05:13 PM||#100|
Join Date: May 2008
No ADSL2 in my town So im stuck on 1.5M/256 ADSL.
$50 a month for:
12GB between 12pm - 12am
unlimited between 12am - 12pm
Its a pretty good plan for Aus i think, if i left it downloading every day id be able to get 200GB but the most iv'e gotten in a month is about 100.
|08-09-10 at 04:12 AM||#101|
Join Date: Dec 2009
I live in Bosnia.
Before May 2010:
70$ - 55euros for 1 down/0.250 up - unlimited, but able to pull down "only" about 220 GB per month with that speed and the non-stop download.
Since May 2010 I have changed my dsl provider:
34$ = 27euros
connection - 10 down/0.7 up
150 GB + unlimited between 01-07h and over the weekends.
So I can shove down about 600 GB per month.
I am finally partially satisfied.
Edit: I'd gladly pay much more, if it was available.
Last edited by jastuk; 08-09-10 at 01:49 PM.
|08-09-10 at 06:04 AM||#102|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Mine is free, i`m renting one of those internet wired flats, but ISP provider does not allow more than 100Gb per month. Thats Japan. Optic fiber.
Speed normally about 30mbs, but I guess its something about 100mbs plan.
I did 250Gb for a couple of month and now its cut every 2-3 mins.
Last edited by zxxxz; 08-09-10 at 06:10 AM.
|08-09-10 at 08:09 AM||#103|
Join Date: Aug 2010
I pay R300 (about $42) for a 384kps line - unshaped ,uncapped account.
I can upgrade to a10mbps line for about $143 per month
|08-12-10 at 10:11 AM||#104|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Paris, France
I pay 30€ (~35$) for something like max 10Mb/s (they say 30). Not that much for that price but i don't think that we have any restriction on the traffic so it seems pretty good. Actually in France that's the mobile phone providers which cost a lot (really really expensive).
|08-27-10 at 02:17 AM||#105|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Wow...Bangkok, Thailand now has 50 Mbps down and 3 Mbps up for around 180 USD...and 30 Mbps down and 2 Mbps up for around 115 USD....and other 6 Mbps to 16 Mbps packages are cheaper than before.