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|13th December 2008, 14:22||#151|
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|13th December 2008, 14:25||#152|
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ISP : BSNL
Plan : 512kbps Unlimited.
INR 1350/mo, no phone rental charges.
You can get fantastic upload speeds if you are on a DSLAM which was upgraded for BSNL's Triple Play system. All major cities should have one or two exchanges with this. You'll get synchronous upload speeds on them. You'll be on one of these if you opt for an 8Mbps connection or a subscriber of the Triple Play system or is a VIP customer (like me). But I cancelled my connection a while ago due to them taking weeks to fix a simple cable fault. After a few phone calls, I opted to get my connection back, but now I'm back on the normal DSLAM due to lack of ports on the better one.
I'll probably cancel this soon because the cable faults are becoming more and more common and downtime is starting to be longer than uptime. BSNL is great when it works, but if its dead, it'll stay dead for a while. I'll prolly switch to Reliance which has laid their cable nearby. A friend reports synchronous speeds for all their plans and great service.
Last edited by ImmortalZ : 13th December 2008 at 14:36.
|13th December 2008, 14:43||#153|
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Mine is 512kbps unlimited cable connection.
Alternet method for this test
My firewall asking for outbond connection to this address,Speedtest.net Mini Bandwidth Speed Test
While opening it page comes with info that test has expired and redirect you with a clickable link,click and retest your speed with 3 choices of servers there after finishing the test.
|15th December 2008, 12:57||#156|
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How is 1 GB for a Data Center backbone, with branch offices connected with 100 MBps. Heard it somewhere and I know it is true.
|15th December 2008, 14:13||#158|
Senior - BHPian
Join Date: Oct 2008
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ISP: Beam Cable
Unlimited Data Plan @ Rs. 1000/- pm. No Modem... It's a plug in connection which is connected to the router.
512+ kbps for both upload and download. Sometimes reaches 600+ kbps and my 200GB + 160 GB Hard drives are full. Bought another 250 GB yesterday!
Location: Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.
|15th December 2008, 14:46||#159|
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just did this test - and here is the result
Last edited by MuraliR : 15th December 2008 at 14:51.
|15th December 2008, 15:03||#160|
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We have a fairly fast connection at office. See the screen shot below from a test done sometime back. ISP name is masked as it shows my employer name.
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