What do you think about my internet speed? That's my new Cspire fiber optic.
Well, you've certainly got us beat!!!
PING ms 78
DOWNLOAD Mbps 1.53
UPLOAD Mbps 0.94
I'm guessing that you drive a Ferrari, too. More speed than you will ever need.
I have old coaxial cable with Comcast. My upload speed is 4 mbps & download is 30 mbps. But, I don't download movies & I don't play video games on the Internet, so that's fast enough for me.
My Frontier Communications DSL sucks, well so does Frontier Communications Inc. Up and down load are hovering around 250-300 KBS
Got me beat, that's for sure!
I've got Hughesnet, and while it works, it's nothin' to brag about that's for sure!
Only choice I got out here.
Glad to see it, glad to see something happening in Mississippi. If C-Spire comes my way (Kemper county) I would jump on it. We are supposed to get our rural electric cooperative to run fiber in 2021, we'll see about that, I have signed up and waiting.
Can't get a cell signal worth a flip here either. HughesNet is what I'm on too FCD.
Flying Clay Disk - Do you use "[email protected]" for email? Since Nov. 3rd they have really screwed it up if you use a "pop3" email. I just now figured out a workaround. But if you already have the latest software etc. you may not have a problem.
Epic discussions on the community "help" forums.
Sure beats my AOL dial up!
Hey Ken, check this out.......😘
I still use a modem via dial up at my house.
When the local rural telco ran the phones in out here they also plowed in some fiber along with it. So, we've got fiber in the road, but none of it is lit up yet...not enough customers per the telco. The Lightspan gear is pretty big money.
@booger - Yeah, we probably do have a hughesnet email, but we don't use it. I think they come with the account. Pretty much use our corporate emails for most stuff. We just switched out our old satellite gear for the nextgen stuff they have now. Swapped the dish and everything. Works better, but it ain't cheap that's for sure.
$39.99 a month
Real question is what are you paying for that speed?
DSL is the pits. But it's cheap. Fiber will never come to my neighborhood, I'm told.