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Glenn McClure

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I now have COmcast internet service and while it is usually preety good, I would like to ask if changing from my RCA 315 modem to the Comcast model they offer will provide faster speeds?
Thx :tazz:
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Howdy:

Your speed is limited to the service provided by the ISP not by the modem..

ie: You buy a 512/2000 connection and it doesn't matter what you have for your broadband modem, all you will get is 512/2000 !!

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Thanks Murray-I just completed a speed test on Miranda and it indicated 4.43Mb server to client so I guess I won't complain.
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