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mcraz
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I can not believe this. We got GIGABIT Internet!!

It feels like a freaking dream.!!!

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  • 9
    I don't understand how small private players can provide it at such low cost but big players does not..
  • 6
    @HoloDreamer I think it'd the same as startup vs corporation. It takes time to implement something on a large network and also ensure reliability and take huge profits.
  • 3
    Surely this is starting to get to the point where, for most practical purposes, the limit is going to be server capacity and pure network latency?
  • 2
    @Zaphod65 yeah, I really have no idea what to do of the speed I have now. I don't download stuff that often. Normal browsing is affected more by latency.
  • 0
    Which country btw?
  • 7
    @sragha45 the picture says something about India.

    I'm still stuck with my 16 Mbit connection here in Germany lmao
  • 5
    I've got something around 60 Mbps and it's already a huge speed to me. Can't even imagine what one Gbps would be like.
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    @HoloDreamer because people hardly use the capacity, just in spikes. Besides its always "up to", so if there is heavy load, you don't have 1gig reserved just for you.
  • 0
    Got 100mbps down and lame 3mbps up...
    I would have loved a symmetrical 1Gbps line.
    Put little home server, NASs with personal cloud services that would be backed up to AWS glacier, some media center and shit, a site, a personal mail server... damn I want a 1Gbps line!
  • 0
    I use the same ISP.. Someday I'll upgrade to this plan.. Right now I'm happy with their 75MBps plan
  • 1
    Yes, 1Gbps for this price, but it isn't available everywhere yet, so I have ~80Mbps up and down. Hopefully they will upgrade it here soon.
  • 2
    Denmark reporting in. I have 300/300 but 500/500 and 1000/1000 are options for private households as well.
  • 1
    Tor Exit node plz
  • 0
    And here comes most poor person on devRant...... I got 2mb Internet speed šŸ˜„šŸ˜„šŸ˜„
  • 0
    @Ceaser they don't have a 75 plan anymore. Starts from 100
  • 0
    @nicholai same over here in iceland
  • 0
    And now find a harddrive that can handle that speed
  • 0
    @Krokoklemme not really. Even mechanical HDD can handle 1000 mega BITS. And HDD are rated at 160mega BYTES. They can easily handle this load.
  • 0
    How much it costs in India?????
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    @justJ its not gigabyte its Gigabit
  • 0
    not $ rupess in india
  • 0
    @mcraz say it in rupees
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    can u say me most affordable plan for 5 mbps cost
  • 0
    @mcraz they do.. In Bangalore at least
  • 1
    @Photon156
    What?!?! You pay for 6mb but you get 500kps. How your ISP is alive till now I would have killed him.
  • 0
    I guess he pays for 6Mbps and gets 500kBps.. IYKWIM
  • 1
    Sata is limited to 6Gbps afaik and thats the current bottleneck, hence m.2 on pci-e busses.
  • 0
    My network is fking shit Tikona i kill his company shity speed of just 5 mbps for 300 fking angry
  • 1
    I hate the OP now, I think
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    @saumilshah I know. Unit symbol for gigabit is Gb and for gigabyte it'sā€‹ GB. But it would be nice to have gigabyte internet.
  • 0
    @justJDev fun fact: 1 GB = 1000 MB, 1 Gb = 1000 Mb
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