| Review by Johkal |
member for 10.5 years, 4981 visits, last login: a few hours ago
updated 1.8 years ago
- Port Matilda,Centre,PA
- $45 per month
- "Still subscribing to the 12000/2000 tier."
- "None so far."
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Value for money:
(ratings match consensus)
As of 7/4/2011, my area is showing "Upstream Channel Bonding".
Connection is still rock solid with little or no down time as of 2/2/2011
State College, PA is now DOCSIS 3.0 as of 12/29/2008
As of 12/25/2008, my modem has the new config for the 12000/2000 tier. The provisioning now shows "13200/2200 kbps"
As of 10/26/2008, my modem has been updated. The provisioned upload now shows "1100 kbps"
Upload speeds have doubled.
Presently using my Linksys BEFCMU10 v4 modem.
Test data: 6/11/08 »www.speedtest.net/result/282893342.png
Upload upgrade as of 11/22/07. New tier is 6000/1000 ( provisioned 6600/1000 )
Connection is still rock solid and speeds are consistently good.
As of 7/14/07, I'm now receiving Upload PowerBoost.
Switched over to a Motorola SB5101 modem for testing.
My account was transitioned on 10/6/2006.
Finally Email migration on 11/13
I had Adelphia's 6000/768 tier which was provisioned at 7235/926.
Comcast's 6000/768 tier is provisioned at 6600/768.
I did have QAM64 on my upload, but it has been dropped to QAM16.
Upstream signal level is a bit higher since the transition.
Connection is good, latency is excellent & speeds are better for download.
I have "PowerBoost" implemented in my area and see speeds such as: 16768 kb/s 718 kb/s
My average speeds without PowerBoost are: 8764 kb/s 715 kb/s
We had 16/2 service here with Adelphia, but Comcast is having problems with their config file for 16/2 at the present.
My network consists of a Linksys BEFCMU10 v4 & a WRT54G v4. I use wired & wireless. All my "G" devices obtain the same speeds as the wired PCs.