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u wake up one morning and find out that ur 2mbps connection has turned to 20mbp

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    Cool u wake up one morning and find out that ur 2mbps connection has turned to 20mbp

    What would u do if u wake up one morning and find out that ur 2mbps
    connection has turned to 20mbps for lifetime for the same price.........

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    do you want me to move this thread to jokes and humor section

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    nope, it relates to the dreams and desires of a lonely bsnl bb customer.
    its place is right here........:sleep:

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    20 !!, i got 50 mbps, i was happy like hell, but then i realized i was dreaming in a dream

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    A bit sad though we're only dreaming of 20 Mbps when Japan and Hong Kong already have 1 Gbps internet services. :wheelchair:
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    lets suppose we all have 20mbit line. what would u do first???????

    thats all i wanna know.

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    the same damn thing we do now, DOWNLOAD !!!

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    It's BSNL after all. I am sure they will put a 5 MB download limit as a Bonus.

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    Let them first increase my speed to 2 Mbps,then I will think of 20 Mbps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer View Post
    It's BSNL after all. I am sure they will put a 5 MB download limit as a Bonus.
    5 MB !!!, u know it will only take 2 sec

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb21pro View Post
    5 MB !!!, u know it will only take 2 sec
    Yeah! But like I said it's BSNL after all. :lol:

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    anyone its a dream so iam going to dream of having 1gbps :lol:

    in south korea they have maximum of 3.7gbps man

    and look where are we..he he he , fighting for a unlimited 2mbps connection and that too not achieved
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    Quote Originally Posted by xfilos View Post
    anyone its a dream so iam going to dream of having 1gbps :lol:

    in south korea they have maximum of 3.7gbps man

    and look where are we..he he he , fighting for a unlimited 2mbps connection and that too not achieved
    In New Zealand they have a 2 Mega Bytes connection (telstraclear). The download limit is 1 GB for 26 NZD.

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    Bsnl 20 mbps what a joke

    its gonna take another 50 years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1 New Zealand Dollar(s) = 28.693 Indian Rupee(s)
    1 INR = 0.0348516 NZD
    1 NZD = 28.693 INR

    26 NZD = 746.01 INR ............ not very cheap yaar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evander Leopold View Post
    1 New Zealand Dollar(s) = 28.693 Indian Rupee(s)
    1 INR = 0.0348516 NZD
    1 NZD = 28.693 INR

    26 NZD = 746.01 INR ............ not very cheap yaar.
    No, actually it was 70.90 NZD for 2 MB connection with 1 GB limit.

    70.90 NZD = 2,038 INR.

    And 52.90 NZD for Unlimited Dial up connection.

    52.90 NZD = 1,520 INR.

    My Uncle is in NZ. that's why I checked this.

    This is their website. www.telstraclear.co.nz

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    hey archer u trying to say ours is better compared to other countries....

    i mean atleast majority of the world we have cheap connections,dont we ?

    sorry iam noob dont no about these thingyssssssssss
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evander Leopold View Post
    What would u do if u wake up one morning and find out that ur 2mbps
    connection has turned to 20mbps for lifetime for the same price.........
    mate,bsnl connection can go slower from 2mb but cant go faster than 2 mb

    even in dreams u have the fear of crossing the limit download ie 2.5gb per month

    last month i crossed 2.5 gb ,my usage was 2.601 ,i am having bsnl broadband for 2 years and this is the first time i crossed my data limit

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    Quote Originally Posted by internet_guy View Post
    mate,bsnl connection can go slower from 2mb but cant go faster than 2 mb
    Well if that's the case,then BSNL will be behind in the market & BSNL would never want to be behind in the market.In order to be the market leader,you need to be changing according to the market conditions,you need to provide the best to the customer.Customer is the King.I'm sure next year we could see some increment in the speed (for both limited & unlimited plans)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jee.ramesh1983 View Post
    Well if that's the case,then BSNL will be behind in the market & BSNL would never want to be behind in the market.In order to be the market leader,you need to be changing according to the market conditions,you need to provide the best to the customer.Customer is the King.I'm sure next year we could see some increment in the speed (for both limited & unlimited plans)
    we better hope for that
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    wiht the current situation of BB in india i think any thinng like that will happen in 2050......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logik View Post
    wiht the current situation of BB in india i think any thinng like that will happen in 2050......
    What will happen in 2050...I dint get your point....
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    If this happens the very first thing comes to my mind is to buy a net 1TB hdd for temp 1mnt storage

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    Quote Originally Posted by kailash View Post
    If this happens the very first thing comes to my mind is to buy a net 1TB hdd for temp 1mnt storage
    THIS IS THE POST I WAS WAITING FOR. the most reasonable and logical and best post in this illogical thread of mine.......

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    no use for me though...i'm dwnlding 110-120GB per month now with 2mbps...and if they increase it'l be a loss for me..coz my harddisk is just 160GB..and i'm burning DVD's like anything now..
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    1.5 TB hard drives are already available now, though my expectation is in a couple of years more people will be using solid state drives instead of hard disk drives.

    Also by that time holographic disc storage should be available commercially. With disc capacities in the TB range.
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    even though i wont be buying those, i m certainly looking forward to 1TB hdd price to fall.
    And within a year it will be quite cheap and affordable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xfilos View Post
    hey archer u trying to say ours is better compared to other countries....
    i mean atleast majority of the world we have cheap connections,dont we ?
    sorry iam noob dont no about these thingyssssssssss
    No, I wasn't trying to say BSNL is better compared to other countries ISPs. I was simply pointing out that there are even worse ISP around the world. Even so, BSNL may be the cheapest ISP there is.

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    quite agree,
    bsnl home500 plans are cheap and the 2mbit night unlimited feature helps downloading
    needs sufficiently. if only the service was good!!!

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    20 MBits.. i like the sound of that..
    But millions have problems getting 2Mbit speed optimized itself...

    well.. as far as I'm concerned.. as long as there are free torrents to download.. I'd be happy..

    By the way??.. What speed do the T1/T3 type connections that we used to see in Limewire provide??

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    T1 or T1 line is a digital, dedicated phone connection supporting data rates of 1.544 megabits per second (Mbps). A T1 line actually consists of 24 individual channels, each supporting 64Kbits per second. Each 64Kbit / second channel can be configured to carry voice or data traffic.
    T3 (Also referred to as DS3) Internet connection type is one of the fastest methods of broadband Internet connection that can be established. In fact, a T3 Internet connection is the second fastest non-optical connection available in North America. T3 Internet access lines are capable of carrying data at an extraordinary rate of 44,746,000 bits per second (45 Mbps). In order to put this data transfer speed into perspective, 45 Mbps is equivalent to the transfer speed generated by 750, 56 Kbps modems.

    source- www.broadbandinfo.com
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