User Bonds Two 150 Mbps FiOS Lines for 300 Mbps Overkill
When The Fastest Just Isn't Fast Enough
by Karl Bode 09:02AM Monday Apr 02 2012 Tipped by houkouonchi This user in our forums
apparently decided that Verizon's fastest FiOS offering
(150 Mbps downstream, 35 Mbps upstream) wasn't quite fast enough, so he purchased two-such connections in order to obtain downstream speeds in excess of 300 Mbps. "It is a bit over $400/month," notes the user, who says he uses a Linux-based intel core i3-2120t PC for his router. "However, for 450 megabits of combined (up/down bandwidth it comes out to less than $1 per megabit of up/down speed." Interestingly, he's seeing around 130 Mbps in upstream throughput in speed tests.
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|reply to FFH |
said by FFH:I think the most accurate answer is, "because he can"
I have a question - Why?