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Friday, February 16th, 2024 12:47 AM

Can someone tell me what the upload limit is for the plans?

To be clear, I am currently a new AT&T customer, having Fiber just installed. I selected the 2GB plan, as it is the cheapest that I can be certain does not have a stupidly limited upload speed.

There was a time when some ISPs would limit the upload speed so much that it made the download speed useless. I just need a number. The site does *NOT* give any details on this. I do not need too much, but I have already done speed tests and determined that none of my networking can even handle 2GB speeds anyway, so I will be switching to the 1GB plan unless someone can tell me a reason not to.

Thank you all in advance. I hope someone can give me a useful answer. And just to clarify, I do not expect the speed to be guaranteed. But really, I need a number.

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2 months ago

If you have direct fiber FTTP the upload should be symmetrical with the download thus 300/300 or 500/500, etc.

FOR FTTN or fiber to the node which is VDSL the speed tiers are based upon facilities and copper distance after the fiber would be 100/20, 75/20, 50/10, 25/5, or 25/2.

For fiber my general close price guide is 300 for $2/day, 1000 for $3/day, 2000 for $5/day and 5000 for $8/day.

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2 months ago

Thank you very much. Why oh why do they not simply say this when you look at the plans?

Oh well. I really do appreciate the answer.

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