I currently have blast internet speed which according to Comcast should be up to 150 Mbps. I have never gone over 40 Mbps? This speed was determined by Comcast speed test site?
Can anyone explain this ?
Also, I have had the techs tell me they get over 100 Meg speeds when they connect with their phone. I just don't believe anything Comcast or their employees say.
Just wait for them to further throttle your speeds now the Net Neutrality rule is gone.
With Comcast it is "give us the money, maybe we'll take care of you"
100M on an iphone sounds true. It's most likely the WIFI card in your laptop limiting your speeds. I'm running an Intel 72xx AC card and able to push speed tests to 500M+ x 45M. The lower level Intel 31xx cards only get 1/2 of that due to design. I would put money on if you plugged in an Ethernet cable to your router you would see the same 100M+ speeds as the tech's iPhone.
I seriously doubt 100mb speeds on an iPhone. I have an Ethernet cable plugged directly into my cable modem which is < 1 foot from my laptop. I consistently get 80-85 mbps down and 10-12 mbps up, a far cry from the advertised speeds Comcast touts. Not an issue with my laptop as I get Gig speeds wihen I am in the office. Not an issue with cable modem unless it is something Comcast configured so the problem must be wiht Comcast.