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Are speedometers for high-speed Internet service a new must-have?

With all the recent discussions, testimonies and other rhetoric given by spokespeople from the incumbent telephone companies, cable companies, their opponents as well as their lobbyists, we should be asking this simple question: "Are they delivering what they are charging for with these various broadband products?"

What speed are you really running at on your PC? Have you ever checked? Ar......

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Download speed: 1285 Kbps (160.7 Kb/sec transfer rate) (71.7 percent worse than an average user on Comcast.net)

Upload speed: 351 Kbps (43.8 Kb/sec transfer rate) (10.4 percent worse than an average user on Comcast.net)

Are the PUCs doing their job?

The tests appear to show something is definitely wrong with the tran......

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Network speed indicators

While a "Netometer" sounds so basic, it seems as though we are taking for granted the claims and marketing hype from our carriers. With all these "next-generation services," are they really delivering what they promise? How can you tell?

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jim Carlini 03/24/06


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