1: Tried Fast.com and speedtest.net, and apparently I'm having 33Mbps on Netflix and "only" 14 with Ookla. It's a bit far from what I'm paying for, but...
2: Most developing countries have to cope with more than half those speeds. Let's not talk about what carriers call "4G", with maximum 5Mbps reachable on a "4G" network...
3: I'm really mad at Verizon for that. I'm not American, but if I was then I'd unsubsrice form their service or I'd swear to never ever get a contract with them.
I think that the Internet should stay neutral. That's how it was created and that's how it should be.
This is incredible. And incredible is the fact that some "developing" countries, even in europe still lag far behind in wireless connection speeds.
I consider myself lucky to enjoy fast 4g speed in Finland, and it only costs about 20€/month, no speed or data limit. I just ran a speed test with my S8 using Ookla speed tests resulting 148,28/41,99 Mbps!
Wow Americans area already complaining on a 9.3Mbps speed while we are happy with 3Mbps.