25 down, 4 up. I can get up to 100 down but it's just my girlfriend and me using it and we'd almost never take advantage of it. We're rarely maxing it out and big downloads that come close tend not to be things that I need immediately, so I'd really only be saving a few seconds here and there.
I was initially a little surprised to see 5-8 mbps as the lowest in the vote considering in the US that tends to be the top tier available for DSL. However, it's also usually around the same price point as low tier cable, which is faster, so I guess people who have both options go with cable, especially with a TV bundle.
You guys should join the giant bomb speed wave.
Mine is like 5.71 Mbps, so I just chose the first option. The sad thing is that this is a really, really good download speed for me. The American South sucks for internet speeds.
And in my country ( Romania) 12 Mbps is pretty bad. Funny how the world works...
Mine varies wildly according to the time of day. In the early morning I can pull 110 mbps, but in peak hours it drops to around 1.7 mbps. Of course, like everyone else, peak hours are when I actually have time to use the internet, so I rarely benefit from the crazy-high 5 am speeds. I'm in an apartment complex with cable internet, so I end up sharing the 'pipe' with everyone else. It's enough to make me want to just go to bed at 6 pm after work and wake up stupidly early to reap the benefits of surfing the web, downloading games, etc. while everyone else is asleep.
My upload speed is a very stable 5 mbps, though. Not super fast, but at least it's consistent.