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Remember the sound of a dial-up modem? This is the explanation from the TV show Monkey Dust.

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-7 1. AverX commented 13 years ago

lolololol so true

hurray first
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-1 2. spook24 commented 13 years ago

geezzz i remember those days...[scarasm]14.4kbps modem i miss them days :'( :'( [/scarasm]

and y does any1 care about being 1st.....7h47 jµ$7 94¥
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0 3. yuriythebest commented 13 years ago

hehe. yeah.. I don't miss those days. for me they ended only around 2 years ago when my flat was finally 'bradband-ready'. till then I spent most of my life on 56k while to listening to people on tv say how good broadband is. better late then never though. speaking of which, how much does everyone pay?
Ukraine=1mbit adsl=30$/month , uncapped traffic
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+1 4. DarkiKun commented 13 years ago

lol i still remember those days xD

Portugal=24mbit adsl = around 40$ a month, uncapped traffic also.
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0 5. BombDiggady commented 13 years ago

I remember those days, and good riddance to them!

Comcast doesn't ever have a steady up and down stream for me, they always seem to be able to slow me down some way.
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0 6. spook24 commented 13 years ago

yeah a friend of mine was still on aol 56k dialup until about 3 months ago. 15/5 mbit uncapped + digital premium(hbo, showtime, etc..) cable = $115. thinking on getting basic cable. it should be around $65-$70 then.
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0 7. Dwight commented 13 years ago

I pay around 120 dollar here in Belgium for a capped line 5gig upload 25 gig download... and i have the best line you can get in belgium special gaming line... how fucked up is Belgium! :D
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0 8. digiD commented 13 years ago

in the UK I pay 60 dollar for 5mb/512kb uncapped per month. expensive and $hit
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0 9. DiBi_01 commented 13 years ago

Here in Germany I have a 6 mbit adsl uncapped for 14 € a month, that's about 22 $.
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0 10. yourmum commented 13 years ago

Australia is a long way behind. 1.5Mb ADSL, 20GB limit + 20GB off peak, 80 Australian dollars (€47) a month. Average weekly income A$800 (€470).
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0 11. Deblaauwn commented 13 years ago

In NL we get glassfiber soon (in our place at least), 35-50 Mbit/s uncapped at 40-50 €/month
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0 12. poobaire commented 13 years ago

In Israel, we get 10 MB/Sec for about $20 a month

Cheap Cheap
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0 13. AfterDune commented 13 years ago

I have 20Mb for almost 20 euros in Holland :)
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0 14. alexandru commented 11 years ago

maaaaaaan,you gotta be verry stoned to come up with this video :O ! VERY NICE !
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+1 15. Hellion1982 commented 11 years ago

Dial Up Modems are still a sad reality in India. You know something? Blazing fast internet speeds here are just 512 kbps lines. Nothing compared to global speeds.