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Hey, that's a pretty neat site. I've seen similar, but not with such spiffy graphics :)
Anyway, I got 10664 download and 1343 upload. Chances are mine would do better with a fresh reboot, I've been stressing my PC all day.

EDIT: Still haven't rebooted
2nd test: 13560 download, 1241 upload
3rd test: 11216 download, 1423 upload
 

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Speakeasy - Speed Test

This is the one my Hughesnet installer used.

I can only dream of speeds like some of you have
1063 Download
270 Upload

And they call this "High Speed internet"

I may not have to worry about my Smart being stolen but I cant get Fast internet, Still beats dialup.
 

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I have Verizon FiOS, 20 down 5 up. My connectivity in my apartment is all Wireless Draft-N (Apple Airport Extreme) or Gig copper (just between switch/file server).

I can't say enough about it... if FiOS is offered in your area - seriously consider going to it.
 

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Speakeasy: 5582 kbps download, 2739 kbps upload
Speedtest: 5808 kbps download, 2715 kbps upload
As most of the time... via Comcast. No FIOS available in this building. Also Apple Airport, but not extreme.
 

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I have Verizon FiOS, 20 down 5 up. My connectivity in my apartment is all Wireless Draft-N (Apple Airport Extreme) or Gig copper (just between switch/file server).

I can't say enough about it... if FiOS is offered in your area - seriously consider going to it.
Would love to get FIOS but not offered here. Cable is faster than our DSL but I'm not giving Time Warner any more $$$ - will dump them as soon as another option is offered here. We're supposed to get AT&T u-verse pretty soon. :)
 

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Comcast: Apple airport wireless Speakeasy test to Chicago

10628 kbps down load
1291 kbps up load
Everybody I know dumped ATT&T, and went to SureWest. I stay with Comcast.
 

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It varies moment by moment.

by moment

But, ya know what? I can remember downloading mp3s, say 8 or 9 years ago ... and taking 20 minutes to download a typical song. Even at its slowest, we've come a long way from those days, huh?
As a test, I just timed a 7.5 MB mp3 download at 7.5 seconds.
 
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