What is the new Power package upload speed?

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What is the new Power package upload speed?

What is the Power package upload speed?  Is anyone has information in regard to the new package?

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Accepted by topic author chung_c1
‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: What is the new Power package upload speed?

45 Mbps downstream and up to 6 Mbps upstream

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Re: What is the new Power package upload speed?

So both the download/upload are slower than Comcast cable and more expensive.  i don't see any reason to switch to uverse.

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Re: What is the new Power package upload speed?

There could be many reasons (some of which may or may not apply to you):

1) Actually getting near the advertised speed most of the time, especially on sustained downloads, because you don't share your last mile connection with your neighbors and there's no gimicky short-term boosts to fool speed tests.

2) Not having random outages for no apparent reason

3) Wanting something better in the way of customer service

4) Getting free WiFi access at many hotels and businesses

 

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Re: What is the new Power package upload speed?

Is this published anywhere?  I need it for my job's work at home program to prove I have better than the minimum requirement for the program.

 

Thanks,

 

Billy

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Re: What is the new Power package upload speed?


bdondero wrote:

Is this published anywhere?  I need it for my job's work at home program to prove I have better than the minimum requirement for the program.

 

Thanks,

 

Billy


For VDSL2 or xPON:
Pro: 3 Mbps / 1 Mbps
Elite: 6 Mbps / 1 Mbps
Max: 12 Mbps / 1.5 Mbps (Note: No longer available as of March 6th, 2014.  Current users of this plan will be grandfathered until they change their Internet tier.)
Max Plus: 18 Mbps / 1.5 Mbps
Max Turbo: 24 Mbps / 3 Mbps (Requires VDSL2 or GPON) (Note: No longer available as of March 6th, 2014.  Current users of this plan will be grandfathered until they change their Internet tier.)
Power: 45 Mbps / 6 Mbps (Requires VDSL2 Pair Bonding or GPON)
 
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