posted on Aug, 17 2020 @ 10:52 AM
Honest to freaking god, that's not actually any worse than what Comcast is ripping me off with and calling "budget speed". Most customers aren't even
aware that the advertised speeds they're paying for aren't the speeds they're getting in reality. I think I'm supposed to be getting 100/10 for my
down/up speeds (positive on the down, but not quite about the up) but most of the time I'm landing between 40 & 60 down, and 5 up at best and that's
consistent across two tablets (Fires) a desktop and a laptop, AND the Galaxy Tabs and iPads the kids' friends bring over to play games with them on.
It's not my # if theirs also is slow, it's Comcast's hardware & line speeds.
Even if I have to buy the laser up-link units and pay half that price monthly for, well, basically the same internet speed, it works out to be more
than worthwhile budgetarily over time. I'm on their Beta tester list, so I'm really hoping they contact me eventually. I'd love to help then fine
tune, but even if I don't get that lucky, I WILL heavily consider switching over to them when they "go live", as it were.