posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 07:28 AM
When it comes to broadband, price is more important than the speed. I'm not saying that speed is not important, but when they say unlimited, it should
be really unlimited. I mean really unlimited as in without quota or fair usage policy or anything, basically an always on broadband.
So it's about how much it cost you per month, and how fast is it, and whether there is a quota.
I have a mobile broadband (mobile broadband usually is expensive), mine is very very slow, only half a megabit, but here's the kicker, 9 US$ no
But I have another broadband. A basic package cable broadband, 1 and a half megabit without quota I believe, 25 dollars. But what's the point? It's
expensive and not mobile and I don't use it anymore, but since I'm not the one who's paying for that.. it stays on.
I'm not gonna pay more than $50 for unlimited broadband each month, but these cable prices from the former cablevision company are just crazy. 65$ for
6megabit, 125$ for 12mbit and 205$ for 20mb.
edit on Sat 8 Oct 11 by Jazzyguy because: (no reason given)