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king solomon

Yesterday at 09:39:32 pm
yah, today slt came to my shop to offer fiber. I ASKED what am i going to do with NIGHT "GB"..  should i open the shop @ night? they went away.. idiots
 

Jiehfeng

Yesterday at 07:37:13 pm
So yeah, I was right more or less. The situation is bad, that you can't deny. Having a fibre connection, the speeds are great, but the "GB" prices, man...
 

king solomon

Yesterday at 06:18:52 pm
it's limited by Greed, they spend billions on advertising rather than Tower Upgrades..
 

i5hananto

Yesterday at 11:47:44 am
caps started as way to manage congestion but now its mostly about profit. if it was really about congestion bandwidth caps can be applied at only peak times and off peak can be kept unlimited. here is a nice writeup on the matter
https://arstechnica.com/staff/2014/10/analysis-wireless-data-caps-mor
 

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steelseries is sesky.

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Author Topic: Foreigner wants to play! What kind of internet connection?  (Read 1003 times)

Offline Droo

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Re: Foreigner wants to play! What kind of internet connection?
« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2017, 12:41:23 pm »
That someone is wrong. SLT 4G routers will have Ethernet ports that you can use to connect your PC.

If not (very unlikely though), you can install a wireless network card to your PC (via PCIe ports) and then your PC will have WiFi connectivity.
Thanks. When I checked SLT's page about 4G, it says "8 Mbps
Average Speed with Burst". In ADSL, it says 2Mbps - 16Mbps. Can you explain on this? What does Average Speed with Burst mean?

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Re: Foreigner wants to play! What kind of internet connection?
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2017, 08:54:57 pm »
Thanks. When I checked SLT's page about 4G, it says "8 Mbps
Average Speed with Burst". In ADSL, it says 2Mbps - 16Mbps. Can you explain on this? What does Average Speed with Burst mean?
8 Mbps is 'kind of' guaranteed speed(a lie btw), and it can goes beyond that, also called burst. ;D