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ExoticFish

join:2008-08-31
Stuarts Draft, VA

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Your "Source"

Leaves out 98% of the country.


mario02423

join:2004-06-09
Berwyn, IL
Reviews:
·Comcast

said by ExoticFish:

Leaves out 98% of the country.

Because many other areas already have these speeds.


PapaMidnight

join:2009-01-13
Baltimore, MD

said by mario02423:

said by ExoticFish:

Leaves out 98% of the country.

Because many other areas already have these speeds.

Could've fooled me.
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(The 17 mbit/s is a bottleneck from 802.11g)


Tsume
Premium
join:2004-02-23
Johnson City, TN
Reviews:
·Comcast
reply to ExoticFish

Central VA is about as BFE as the Tri cities TN/VA. Based on my experience, we will get the upgrade about 2 years after Knoxville. Which to my knowledge does not have the upgrade yet.
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to whoever anonymously gave me premium membership... thanks!


kucharsk

join:2001-03-30
Louisville, CO

1 edit
reply to ExoticFish

No speed increases in Colorado (at least not yet).

Speed on my 50/10 link is the same it's always been:




For that matter, Extreme 105 is still $100/month more than Extreme 50 here.

MikePWV

join:2010-09-08
Martinsburg, WV

Just noticed Friday that i'm getting bonded channels for my upstream now. I've had 4 down channels for 2-3 months now with a single upstream channel. Speeds are still the normal for Blast here in Martinsburg, WV...hopefully it's a sign we are gettin upgraded to new speeds soon...

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