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Fatsest internet provider?


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What internet service provider provides the fastest connection? Or in other words, what do I need to have an extremely fast connection to download/upload things?
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It really just depends on what companies are in your area.
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Also, typically the fastest connection available will be way out of price range for anything other than a business. My work pays $450 a month for their internet connection.
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Also, typically the fastest connection available will be way out of price range for anything other than a business. My work pays $450 a month for their internet connection.


Not necessarily.
Options for business use tend to be more generous in terms of the amount of data you can download (unlimited in some cases) but it depends what sort of infrastructure the business needs - an internet cafe, for example, will need more than one physical connection to the internet to handle all the traffic, whereas a small business may be able to get away with just a standard one-line broadband connection at business rates.
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The business that I work for has both a standard cable broadband internet as well as a T1 connection. Whether the $450 covers both connections or just the T1 I have no idea.
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