said by xenophon:Yeah, AMC is in a bind on this one. Get in for less money or stay out is fine either way in this case.
...only major one left. I imagine many will torrent AMC over a Gbit if they don't want to play along.
Proof is in the pudding wouldn't you say? (hard wired test taken two weeks ago )
said by arundc:You can't score better than the 99th percentile, as 100th would require you to score better than yourself.
All fine and dandy but who are the 1% that are faster?!
A logical impossibility.
said by silbaco:
It is a direct violation of Google's terms of service to use Google Fiber for business use in an office. There are no exceptions.
said by ITALIAN926:I'll post a few tomorrow. And I will link to the page.
You are so full of it , whats taking so long? Trying to contact one of the 27 subscribers of Google Fiber to run a speed test for you? LMAO.
still better than any other provider out there today
No, but considering they offer EVERY premium feed in HD if it's available, as their standard offering - it sure as hell beats any/all other providers out there now. (they do have some premium feeds in SD only, since obviously those said programmers do NOT have HD feeds up for them, yet...)
The prices won't be quite as revolutionary as their broadband speeds and prices, however. Google is offering all HBO channels for $20 a month, Cinemax for $10 a month, or a bundle of HBO, Cinemax, Starz and Showtime for $40 a month.
Not to mention, $40 for ALL premiums is the cheapest (non-promo) price I've seen from any current provider to boot!