This is DEPENDENT on location, amount of people on the node, and bandwidth management. It is a huge variable to have as advertised speeds. I used Comcast for a short time, I canceled service and went to CLICK! in Tacoma. They had more consistent speed than Comcast did back in the late '90s early 2000. It is because when they took over from AT&T there was so many splices in the line that it caused ... issues.
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