ISPs must deliver the speeds they promise

$m@Rt@$$

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Yeah, here you write off pretty much 30% of your advertised ADSL speed.
 

RichardG

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Don't foresee this ever happening in South Africa. They either heavily shape you or they don't have enough IPC capacity.
 

kianm

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Wish to live there one day, where people cry for faster internet, not for food & water
 

I O U

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Verison FiOS Upload speed increases at no extra cost.

Wish to live there one day, ..

If you lived there now, you might have access to this already, depending on where you live (as it's not available everywhere in the US).

Upload an HD YouTube video in 4 seconds with Verizon’s new FiOS speed upgrades
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...econds-with-verizons-new-fios-speed-upgrades/

Good news for Verizon customers: the company is rolling out symmetrical broadband speeds for its FiOS subscribers. That means your upload speeds and download speeds will now be equal.

If you previously were getting 15 Mbps down and 5 Mbps up, you'll be automatically upgraded for no extra cost to 15/15. Same goes if you were on their 50/25 plan: You'll now be upgraded to 50/50. And if you had 75/35? You guessed it: Now it'll be 75 down, and 75 up.
 
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