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    Default Looking for ISP in Gulshan

    As the title says, I'm looking for a good ISP in the Gulshan area. Looking for one that's relatively cheap and reliable.

    Things of utmost importance:

    1. No bandwidth fluctuation (Advertise 1mbps; I want all of that single mbps glory, no less.)
    2. Service uptime (Constant connection with no breaks)

    I play games online on a regular basis, so connectivity and latency is big. Currently using crappy Link3 3.5mbps connection. It used to be good when I initially got it, now other ISP's are doing a better job with speed and price. I hope to get rid of this connection at the end of this month, so if anyone could give me a nudge in the right direction, it'd be great!
    Last edited by Lucidsoup; February 11th, 2016 at 11:47.

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    Thoughts on Triangle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucidsoup View Post
    Thoughts on Triangle?
    not that great. @Trave160 can describe the crappy exp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucidsoup View Post
    Thoughts on Triangle?

    Its crappy in a sense that well they're giving you Dynamic Public Real IP, which will suck at times especially if you're using for Wi-Fi. No CDN Cache has been restored since last time, am only getting CDN from AmberIT(Dhakacom) which my brother uses. But overall if you want to use for gaming, it's best for morning at night there is 8-10% packet loss and that kind of contributes for a reason.

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