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Thread: Recommend an Internet Package?
12-04-10, 12:42 PM #1
Recommend an Internet Package?
Can someone please recommend an Internet Package which is reasonably priced & reliable in Cha Am area? Preferably an 'unlimited' package.
Does the following mean the Indy4 package is limited to 4MB, speed 4096/512 and 590/= Bahts per month?
What about the router/modem, startup fee etc etc?
Any other which is better and cheaper?
13-04-10, 04:56 PM #2Forum Regular
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Re: Recommend an Internet Package?
Oops sorry. i was giving a reply about mobile internet...
Well What i remember when i was in Thailand in 2007: Their is lots of Wi-Fi.
Prefer a wired connection like adsl2+ instead of wifi. (then you also have your own public IP address to the internet, instead of a shared one from WiFi ap/wrouter)
This because wifi bandwith is depending on many factors in the area where it's used.(sharing up/down load & channel bandwith). While internet by cable(telephone or coax or glasfibre) is more stable, and not depending so much about factors in same neighborhood).
The package itselves (speed and price) depends on what you want to do with it(need high bitrate or not), and what you want to pay for it.
Remember the weakest link in the chain is the maximum speed. 4 example, if you pay for a extremely fast connection, but the server where you wantto download from has a poor/slow connection, then you never get a high speed.(then it's more useful to use a download technique that uses more sources to get a file, like torrent downloads).
Advise: when using P2P(point to point) clients, nver use commercial ones! (so no kazaa, no bearshare, no limewire) Just inform(wikipedia) what P2P network you want to use and choose a none commercial client(like frostwire instead of limewire).
because commercial P2p programs do limit you in good search results, or offer fake files, and put fakefiles on the network that you don't want. (the commercial P2P programs often have deals with RIAA/MPAA or let's say the companies that abuse the copyright law (since Disney Pictures start with abusing/changing copyright law).
See filmdocu (really a must seen by everybody video): RIP A Remix Manifesto (site / stream / ebay->be aware of correct DVD region
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