john, i would give me left .........well any how , those numbers, are pretty good. compared to any service i have had yet. hopefully in portland my numbers jump. and as much as we all complain. my first time online was with a 300 baud acoustic( had to put the phone handset in the cradle) modem. only had 2 places to connect mci mail , and dow jones... even had to type in your terminal identifier , a for atari, c for comodor, or i for ibm clone.... one of these days 1gb will seem slow.
Wow...........that's going back in time a bit. Lol
The problem I'm having is when I open a window or sometimes when I just click an application, it takes a bit longer to open. Plus my WiFi sucks terribly. There are times where I have to turn off my WiFi on my phone and use mobile data in the house. None of this was going on before I upgraded.
I have a BF2 gamer friend who also works as a AT&T technician tell me:
"Man I haven't seen a pair of lines that clean in a long time, its running at 47 % and 45% capacity on the two lines which is great, noise margin is low, loading is clean also, both which are good things, so what does that mean right,lol. It means that either the gateway is not combining the signals correctly (my analysis) or that the port in the box 2 houses down is not communicating with the server correctly, my bet is the gateway isn't behaving as far as internet goes".
I used to pay $51.00/ month for 25 Mbps. Now I pay $38.00/month (50% off for the first year) for 45 Mbps. But after one year, it'll go up to the regular price of $76.00/month.