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10-11-2010 @ 4:45PM
@HanakJust because you have it doesn't mean it's rare.http://speedtest.net/global.php#0I assume since you mentioned being a student, your speed is only at that level because your living at your school. Finding those rates outside a business or school environment is incredibly expensive unless you live in a country like Japan.Japan is interesting because the general mindset heavily favors long term investment. The society as a whole, and thus the leading providers want to have the best possible, and they walk all over short term profit to get there. I would *LOVE* for some American providers to take that same approach, but it's useless, the mentality is just too different.
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