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    Hello fellas. I've been using Carnival Network ( Doze basically ) for quite a while now but as they don't provide consistent internet connection I have finally decided to change my ISP/ So, which ISP would provide the best consistent connection for gaming and ofc does not break my bank. Thank you

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    Join a facebook community e.g. Broadband community of Dhaka/bangladesh. Ask around for ISPs near your area. Call up and ask prices. Ofc get the cheapest and preferably without any connection charge. If it has constant problems change ISP next month. Never sit around on any ISP. Special criteria differentiate them. Like in my area one ISP wanted 4 mbps real ip connection for 1k but I went with a 15/5 mbps shared ip line for same price since I didn't need the real ip.

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    Still, which ISP usually provides consistent internet speed. I heard Infolink provides really consistent internet connection
    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Join a facebook community e.g. Broadband community of Dhaka/bangladesh. Ask around for ISPs near your area. Call up and ask prices. Ofc get the cheapest and preferably without any connection charge. If it has constant problems change ISP next month. Never sit around on any ISP. Special criteria differentiate them. Like in my area one ISP wanted 4 mbps real ip connection for 1k but I went with a 15/5 mbps shared ip line for same price since I didn't need the real ip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASH SOLVEM View Post
    Still, which ISP usually provides consistent internet speed. I heard Infolink provides really consistent internet connection
    It's different in every area. That's why I told you to ask specifically in your area. But hey, you heard/know better, you help yourself.

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    Plus not any ISP has consistent route to the servers every time. I remember my previous ISP had 40 ping on R6S SEAS (singapore) server, 70 on EAS (hong kong) one month and 250 on SEAS and 110 on EAS the next.

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