Real world Exede download speeds: Downloaded 8/20/2016 @ 10:58AM *Bandwidth speed conversion details here. We live off the grid (no power lines, no phone lines) and this download speed compares favorably with DSL in the nearest town (16 miles). Town DSL in the area is generally around 1.2 MB/s or 9.6 Mbps. However, please be aware there are significant drawbacks inherent to satellite internet (latency/lag, affected by weather, relatively high costs, limited monthly bandwidth).
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I have been in CO for work and to visit family. Part of our stay has been in Pierce which is in northern CO. Remote work has been very easy since the LTE speeds are quite rockin’ in Pierce CO 🙂 Here are the results using an AT&T Unite Pro hotspot with unlimited internet: This sure beats the old days of slow wifi and even slower 3G/4G 😉 Have you used LTE in this area of CO? I would love to
The Grand Imperial has traditionally been a lovely hotel in Silverton CO. The hotel’s antique charm and vintage rooms were the main draws: Now, however, their wifi speeds are also quite attractive: http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5433605188 The connection has also been rock solid over the course of a two day stay. No disconnects and consistent speeds of 5Mb/s-6Mb/ This compares very favorably to a few years ago when most WiFi in Silverton was quite slow and spotty! It also beats AT&T 4G service in Silverton which currently maxes
WiFi cost: Free WiFi speeds: 7.26Mb/s DL, 1.97MB/s UL http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5396669299
I regularly stay in Springfield MO and Branson MO for business. I normally test the speeds at every hotel I stay in. Recently I stayed at the Marriott Residence Inn in Springfield MO and here are the results: ~2.0Mbps D/L* ~0.9Mbps U/L* *average of multiple tests throughout stay. Max D/L was 3Mbps, min was 1Mbps. Max U/L was always around 0.9Mbps. Overall, these are some of the worst speeds I have seen in southern Missouri. You can pay $8.95 a day for higher speeds,
I regularly stay throughout Missouri for business. I normally test the speeds at every hotel I stay in. Recently I stayed at the Crossroads Inn and Suites in Salem MO. I have stayed there before, but they recently upgraded their internet so I wanted to run speed tests again. Here are the speedtest results: ~60.0Mbps D/L* ~12Mbps U/L* *average of multiple tests throughout stay. These are some of the best speeds I have encountered. WiFi coverage was also excellent, both in my room and
Here you will find real world speed test results for ViaSat’s Exede Liberty Pass internet plan. These results are from AFTER the monthly allotment is downloaded. These are also with their latest modem which features “up to” 25 Mbps downloads. Here is verification that the monthly allotment has been used, and the Liberty Pass is in effect: A quick note regarding units discussed in this post: Unit symbol The ISQ symbols for the bit and byte are bit and B,