DOZE Internet vs AmberIT vs Dot Internet
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24/01/2018 02:05:08
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I have been using a shared connection for over a year now. The speed fluctuates much. 3 most important things I look for in an ISP are- 1) Constant speed, 2)Low ping and 3) Prompt service if anything goes wrong.
Please share your experience regarding the aforementioned ISPs. Thanks in advance.
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Post #2
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24/04/2018 04:55:20
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dot internet is best


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Post #3
arnbz|| 
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25/06/2018 11:03:45
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I have both DOZE and AmberIT at home. Both are great.
I myself use DOZE. Their speed remains constant (using for the last 4 months) and their customer support is TOP NOTCH!
My brother uses AmberIT. AmberIT is cheaper than DOZE, but I stick with DOZE because of their fast support.
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Post #4
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25/06/2018 13:14:23
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Thanks for the reply. I have been using AmberIT for 3 months and couldn't possibly be happier with their service. All of my local ISPs are *censored*ty and expensive (4 Mbps costs 1000-1400) whereas I get 12 Mbps at 1300 with one real ip which is my prime concern since I am a gamer.
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Post #5
joydip007x|| 
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25/06/2018 14:22:43
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Running on 12 MBPS ..SUdden drop of network (facing it for 15 days ) for 30s/1min ..(@SYLHET) .otherwise MOVIE SERVER has less contents , and CUSTOMER SUPPORT is 7.8/10
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Post #6
pipramora92|| 
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25/06/2018 16:09:10
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SUMMIT COMMUNICAITON LIMITED

75 mbps for 1000/=

7 PM to 10 PM at least 40 mbps...

SUMMIT IS LOVE LOVE LOVE

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Post #7
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26/06/2018 00:38:19
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Summit is an IIG. And as far as I know, they don't sell bandwidth of such a small amount to an individual user unless you know someone from Summit personally.
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Post #8
pipramora92|| 
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26/06/2018 03:37:09
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hmm you are right...

but on speedtest.net it says that i am using summit so i said that..

BTW my isp name Ultimate Digital Cable TV Network...
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Post #9
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26/06/2018 04:12:27
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May I know how did you get bandwidth at such cheap price and the area you are living in? If it can't be disclosed out in the open just let me know in the message. Thanks in advance.
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Post #10
OpNabil|| 
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26/06/2018 05:23:09
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He said 75 MBPS. It means 7⅝ = 9.375 MB/s... so  it's closed to 9-10 Mb/s cool1.gifangel.gif


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