I generally get excellent download speeds but lackluster uploads. Overall though I have nothing to complain about. My apartment building upgraded everything to fiber from DSL about a year ago and the difference was shocking. I went from getting about 4mbps down to getting up to 100. I don't wait long for downloads anymore.
Usually get 0.5 to 1Mbps "broadband". Don't even live in the countryside, I'm pretty close to London. There are so many Internet black spots in the uk but it seems to go by unnoticed by anyone that can do anything about it. Then again we have a company called BT who have a monopoly on the infrastructure and they are absolutely useless.
60 mb/s with Virgin Media, it's great when it works. I've noticed if I use it too much for like streaming or something it will just cut out for an hour or two and completely screw me over. Also, they have capped my speed a couple of times and occasionally it will drop down to like less than 1 mb/s for no reason.
Like 2 mb/s upload also.
Depends on the pc I use. As a person using a wireless network where my pc is almost 130-150 feet away from my actual router I see obvious speed loss. When at the pc beside my modem I get around 35-37 down when at the usual pc I use (aka this one) I get about 25-28 down. For some reason no matter where I am or what I pc I use my upload remains around 6.2 give or take a slight variance.
I was on 80 mbps but Virgin Media promised me 100 mbps when we upgraded our package, 3 months of arguing on the phone ensued until I got what they said i'd receive. Fuck Richie Branson. Seems like everyone has one of these stories, ISPs need to sort their shit out. Think this works out at £50 a month.
I'll just drop this here to make everyone feel better about themselves:
It seems that you can't easily get wired up for multiple cable ISP connections to a single house in Canada, so I'm sharing my 15 Mb/s connection with a houseful of people who stream constantly. Good thing Shaw hasn't cracked down on us, because we go over quota by AT LEAST 50-100 GB every month.