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    Fiberoptic broadband in Australia


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    Re: Fiberoptic broadband in Australia

    Post  Newmantopia on Tue Aug 17, 2010 7:41 pm

    Meow wrote:
    That's cool, I still think it's a very minor point in technology's future compared to cloud computing, vm, and the like.

    No doubt about cloud computing being major. I just found the statement about video conferencing being unimportant somewhat absurd!

    David McSingleton
    David McSingleton

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    Re: Fiberoptic broadband in Australia

    Post  David McSingleton on Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:03 am

    found this article on internet, goes to show how retarded our ISP's services and prices are

    "You could well be a pro at getting virtual headshots, but without a decent internet connection, your shooting is just as good as a baby weeing aimlessly at the ceiling. As such, Demon -- which may or may not be a hint about the operator -- reckons some obsessed gamers wouldn't mind switching over to its £21.99 ($34.19) per month Game Pro service, in return for a low latency ADSL2+ broadband connection of up to 20Mbps downstream and 1Mbps upstream. Sure, this is hardly a bargain compared to other 20Mbps offerings, but with traffic prioritization, a static IP address, and 24-hour support all in the box, you might actually start winning for a change."

    so basically they are saying that paying 34 bucks a month for 20 mb internet isnt a bargain for them. wtf!! i would murder to get that price.

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