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Hey guys/girls.

Need some help My ISP, which is BT is playing me and my mum about with everything, so I'm looking to go on Virgin. but i can't get Fiber optic. But i can get there National Service. They say i can get up-to-20MB downlaod speeds.

I'm hoping to hear if there service is any good?

Just wanted to see if they are any good cause BT are right :censored: LOL

Thanks.

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I wish I could help you out but our main ISP here is Comcast for the fastest speed, then AT&T (DSL) and Earthlink which sucks. LOL. There is dialup but no need to swear. LOL.

20mb, OMFG that would be nice but it's not like you will ever see that. I have like 14 down and 2 up and I only see 800-1.2mb DL and 100-145 UL with Comcast.

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I wish I could help you out but our main ISP here is Comcast for the fastest speed, then AT&T (DSL) and Earthlink which sucks. LOL. There is dialup but no need to swear. LOL.

20mb, OMFG that would be nice but it's not like you will ever see that. I have like 14 down and 2 up and I only see 800-1.2mb DL and 100-145 UL with Comcast.

LMAO dialup.. I've never used it.... :o so I won't know what its like lool

It makes me LOL when they add Up-to-##MB LOL

But thanks anyways mate. :)

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I have Virgin cable (not fiber) and it's awesome! I get 1.2MB/sec download rates at best.

I have the 10MB connection.

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Edited by Mr_Smartepants

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I have Virgin cable (not fiber) and it's awesome! I get 1.2MB/sec download rates at best.

:D OOOO Thanks Mr S :worthy: I'll be moving over to them soon. So I'll find out soon! :D

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LMAO dialup.. I've never used it.... :o so I won't know what its like lool

It makes me LOL when they add Up-to-##MB LOL

But thanks anyways mate. :)

imagine taking over an hour to download a 5mb file

thats what dialup was like

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imagine taking over an hour to download a 5mb file

thats what dialup was like

OMFG! Ok it took a long time to load a small file...

Damn now I should be happy with what i've got!

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LoL don't remind me with the dial up

sometimes i have to use it

and man :confused02: it's not a very cool thing

what do you think when you download with 7-9 kb/s

lol and

I have Virgin cable (not fiber) and it's awesome! I get 1.2MB/sec download rates at best.

I have the 10MB connection.

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i don't think that speed exist in egypt any way

:P

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This is my speed:

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Comcast is the best here for speed and they have 2 plans here.

Economy Internet Service: $24.95

Way faster than dial-up with downloads up to 1 Mbps and uploads up to 384 Kbps.

* No dialing in required and no tying up the phone line.

* Download speeds that are way faster than dial-up.

* The highly-acclaimed, McAfee Security Suite

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snakecracker

You could always give Eclipse Internet a try I've been using them for a few years now without any problems. The only gripe I have is their fair usage of 50Gb download a month, but this only applies between the hours of 9am and 11pm, after that all downloads are not monitored.

These is the speeds that I am getting with them

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