Originally Posted by sunilraman
I somehow have survived on about 12GB per month on iPhone 4/4S 3G tethering. Phone company came on Wednesday and hooked up the land line, hopefully ADSL2+ by Wednesday next week. Long story, but crossing my fingers it will go through this time, it should because it's under the telco's business side rather than consumer. Work is also footing the setup and ongoing bill, so it's a silver lining to the cloud of not being able to get DSL a few months ago.
We'll see. The exchange is about a three minute walk away, so I'm looking forward to at least 5mbps. In various suburbs where I am now, home DSL seems to be pretty decent. I get 250GB on the work plan... Still trying tUo wrap my head around recreational
use of that data that wouldn't involve me not leaving the house.
Haha lol at "recreational" use of data. I love it :P I've just been very fortunate where I am I guess, because my high speed Internet (100mbps) is a good price because it's bundled with tv and home phone. As well, Rogers (Canadian cell phone company linked to AT&T) had a special offer when I bought my iPhone to get 6GB for $30 a month. So I jumped on that so I wouldn't have to worry about how much data I used.
Originally Posted by digitalclips
I am assuming you are not in the USA. Who is your ISP? I like my FiOS 25-30 Mb/s up and down but I'd love even more
Yeah I live in Canada on "Shaw".
Originally Posted by Conrail
Well goody for you
I have about 11mbps. I can stream 1080 from places with lower traffic (Vimeo) but it's torture getting 1080p from a busy site like Youtube.
That's good. It doesn't really matter how fast your Internet is, as long as it suits your needs
we have Chinese students renting in our house and they download a bunch, and I play Xbox online and download stuff too.