This is about the best I can currently get in my area. I feel the upload speed is just right at the edge for when I want to stream or screenshare.
I was feeling sorry for myself then saw @Ondrejj’s!
Are you using a mobile connection or is that landline/fibre?
Are you sure you didn’t photoshop it
Hey, there’s an actual link to the speed test report!
Haha I’m just pulling your leg
Happily this connection is really inexpensive though Seoul isn’t a cheap place generally.
Comparing numbers just the bandwidth number is not that informative. I’m curious about the cost in your country and whether your ISP imposes monthly caps on data. I’m paying $4.66 per month for my home broadband connection with unlimited data.
Here in Ukraine it used to be common to have data caps of 1-4 GB per month for some of the first broadband subscriptions but that was 10 years ago. I hear that in some places in the US people still have to deal with such nonsense to this day.
My gigabit net is unlimited and guarantees low pings to most of Europe – but obviously can’t guarantee anything for the rest of the world.
No caps with my supplier - though they do have a ‘fair use’ policy (I’ve never been capped as far as I know).
I pay about £38 a month and that includes the fastest available fibre in my area (up to 80mbps) line rental, local telephone calls (up to one hour, then you have to hang up and redial or they charge you at their ‘normal’ rates).
No caps. I’m paying ~$34 per month.
With no caps on download or upload. And I pay $18 per month.
It’s not very fast, but it works.
And that zero ping. My cousins and brothers would love to have that kind of connection for playing Pubg.
Remember that it’s zero ping to the testing server. It might not be zero ping to everything else.
Yes, you’re right!
Yep, true. No ISP is immune to slow routers along the way to the desired location.
I am also on gigabits… it’s the first fiber offer where I live. It could go higher, but’s it’s enough for me.
I feel sorry for @Ondrejj
Who doesn’t. I do it myself