Today I decided to download a movie from Amazon Instant Video, and it came down quite fast. so I decided to go on a round of speedtests*. I am on a Vodafone cable plan (HFC network, 130 Mbps down/10 Mbps up).
Something must have changed because… just look at these numbers:
To Los Angeles:
And this is to Auckland:
Pretty impressive and well done Vodafone. Now we just need some larger caps at so we can use more of those speeds.
* Yes, I know speedtests aren’t conclusive. External networks have bottlenecks, servers may not have large enough capacity, etc. But it’s a reference as good as any and for what’s worth some of that do reflect in how fast your browsing, streaming and downloading work.
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