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    Some day, I plan to rule the Internet World. And I'm not going to be able to do it on a Dial-Up Connection.

    What do you recommend? Cable, T1, T3, DSL, etc. etc. ???
    And what makes it so special? I never got to really know about them. Just heard they were all fast. Would someone care to explain them to me? Thanks.

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    heheh if you want to rule the world you should get something like an ocs-3 (not sure about the name though) it's about 245mb/sec heheh way faster than a simple T3 (around 40mb/sec if im right) and as for a T1 if im right it's around 10mb/sec......but then im not too sure, as for cable/adsl well it depend on where you live, where i live cable is by far better (around 200kb/sec, downtime at 100k/sec and best time at 300-400kb/sec) but i know some ppl with cable that goes only around 40-50kb/sec and that's quite shity.
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    I Hit 2 Mps from Microsoft on cable before .
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    QUIT THE RAT RACE BECAUSE YOUR MESSING THE WORLD UP !!!!!

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    I once had 1.5 MB/sec at a FTP server (I have cable)
    It was only 1.5 MB 'cause that's the limit they obey at the cablecompany, but I think it could faster if the limit was there

    The special thing 'bout them is that you're online 24/7 if ya want, with a static payment each month, and sometimes you have a static IP number wich can be handy for running servers (if they allow you to)
    Jop - validweb.nl

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