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    I was wondering if anyone knew of any guides comparing ISPs out there. Im trying to find a good provider that will give me rock solid downloads and won't give me any lag issues playing online games. I am currently using cebridge and they just suck. So any suggestions or comparsion sites anyone knows of would be appreciated.

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    well me too am asking aslo about ISP's that really offers great net connection
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    Quote Originally Posted by ailema View Post
    well me too am asking aslo about ISP's that really offers great net connection
    you need to tell us where you live? most of the members here are from UK, USA, CANADA and AUSTRALIA....etc.

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    I guess another way is to try

    www.speedtest.net

    Looking at the various results for your area can give you an idea of who can supply you with a fast connection not sure about if they rate quality of service
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