What is your INTERNET Connection???
September 16, 2007 10:37am CST
Time will come you'll be RICH because of MyLot.. =) YOU WILL BE TRAVELLING overseas... and you would really want to update your online business accounts even you are out of Country.. This will Serve as your orientation on different INTERNET CONNECTIONS available on different countries.. Please Share with us your INTERNET CONNECTION TYPE and it features and benefits.. do you RECOMMEND IT or not? please state your country... So that we will know what will be the best Internet Connection available in your country... THANK YOU!
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16 Sep 07
As one of the friends said this is not the place to become righ monitarily but friends wise.Here you will get lots of friends and lots of informative data. About the internet connection, I am from India and I am using TATAindicom connection, 2Mbps, prepade.It is a good service.Also the speed is good.They have options of 10Mbps also.Also the down time atlease for me was neligible.I recomment TATAIndicom Internet Service.
16 Sep 07
Country : Malaysia Service Provider: streamyx My Internet : ADSL Connection Recommended : YES. Technology The technology which supports tmnet streamyx service is DSL. It stands for Digital Subscriber Line. DSL is the next generation of Internet access technology. A house or business with DSL has a data socket that looks like a phone socket. DSL is a direct connection to the Internet that is always on. Technology has basically enhanced the copper pair to enable data communication at rates of up to 2Mb/s. The types of DSL technology chosen to support tmnet streamyx are ADSL, SDSL and GLite DSL. ADSL stands for Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line. It allows you to simultaneously access the net and use the phone or fax (at the same time). GLite DSL is similar to ADSL but has lesser speed capability than full rate ADSL. SDSL stands for Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line. The different between ADSL and SDSL is SDSL offers the customer symmetric bandwidth upstream and downstream to a customer (eg. 1.5Mb/s SDSL Streamyx packages offers the customer 1.5Mb/s downstream speed as well as 1.5Mb/s upstream speed). Technologically, SDSL does not allow voice/fax (PSTN) over the same copper. An ADSL system basically consists of two parts i.e. the Central Office (CO) which is located at the exchange building and the other, Remote Termination Unit (RTU) at subscriber's premise. The Central Office (CO) and Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) are connected via an existing pair of copper telephone lines. Diagram below shows the tmnet direct (ADSL) set up.
16 Sep 07
IN India there are so many service providers available in different versions - Broadband, Cable Modem, Dial Up, Wireless are the major technologies that we have. Presently BSNL Broadband service is the best with 2MBPS transfer speed - you can hardly think of anything else for getting connected using your home PC. However, for wireless connectivity TATA Indicom is doing the best. Needless to say that you will be bound to face difficulties in terms of customer support in case things go wrong with your Broadban d ( BSNL) connection. Visibility of support staff is rare to be frank.
18 Sep 07
you're right ricky.. mylot can give you extra cash.. In mylot.. you make friends, know things better, and earn some extra cash..hehe... I think this is a good way to express yourself to things that really interest you and know the reaction of other people about it... why have you decided to make a resignation?? are you serious about this??
17 Sep 07
My connection is DSL.. Used to be dial up, but we all know that Dial ups suck! So i switched to DSL.. after 6months of DSL connection. I'm starting to feel like i need something more innovative. DSL still have wires. I need a wireless one.. But wireless internet connection in my country aint that fast yet.. So im gonna have to stick to DSL for a while.
18 Sep 07
Im also using DSL, plan 1299.. im also from the Philippines.. its good and fast.. but if you want a wireless broadband.. you'd rather go to Smart Bro.. but if you are using the same plan as i am using or higher.. then you must expect a low speed not just like your DSL... becoz my DSL connection is 512 already..
19 Sep 07
Here in Philippines, there are alot of internet service provider, most phone company offers dial up service and broadband. For me I use wireless broadband connection provided by Smart Communications Philippines. Right now, its the only broadband service provider in our area. DSL would be much better, cause it can provide more stable connection.
17 Sep 07
I had a connection from a government agency which is very lethargic and service is very bad. They also charge in addition to $20 per month, a sum related to the quantity of downloads. That is abnoxious and I got it disconnected. Now I have airtel - ISP which charges $24 for unlimited use of 256KBPS speed. I consider it a good propostion and there are no other charges.
16 Sep 07
I use Rogers DSL (I think). It functions on cable, which jacks into the modem. Which then connects to the router. Then ethernet cables lead the router to the computers - that, or I use wi-fi and connect wirelessly. Yes, I certainly will recommend Rogers Express Cable - it's getting faster by the year (they upgrade the service quite often), it's at an affordable price, and it's lightning fast. The only cons I see to Rogers is the throttling of .torrents - not that I torrent much, but when Naruto and Bleach time comes along, I usually get decent enough speeds anyhow. And the connection's great pretty much everywhere in the house - but that could be the router, right?