I noticed that my online service is slow… and I have dial up.
So I looked up to see what some of the choices are. I found out
in the US the FCC passed a regulation limiting V90 dial-up connections to 53Kbps
I looked to see what the other options are and prices.. Knowing that
satellites charge $45 and up, which is out of my budget, I was wondering
Knowing Verizon has DSL I was checking to see the difference of that
and cable. This was a few of the list I found.
Residential DSL service range from 128 Kbps to 3 Mbps (3000 Kbps).
You can generally get DSL for only $19.95 per month with speeds
from 768 Kbps up to 1.0 Mbps,
Cable companies usually have varies stages of internet connections going
from $19.95 to $35.00 and the speeds are faster than DSL.
They also stated that fiber optic connections is even faster…
But I know in Bonner County that is years and years down the road. Maybe
not in my life time.
So I went back to check my server speed… which on a really good day is
40kbps…which means I would get whip lash if I got these speeds....
and today.. right now.. it is 24kbps…
And they wonder what makes grown women cry…. Low server speed.
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