I am trying to lower my cable internet bill (here in the US), because they raised their prices, and will probably keep going up, just like the nasty insurance companies do. Can someone enlighten me on this; a wireless provider in my area offers me to save money by switching and paying $15 less per month, than my current cable internet bill: http://www.clear.com/plans
But I see their speeds are lower than my current cable speed test. Their wireless speed is: 1.5 Mbps download, and 500 Kbps upload. My current cable speed is: 9.92 Mbs download, and 0.57 Mbs upload. So, is home wireless internet more like dial-up? Would watching streaming have buffering interruption every minute or so? Would downloading be slower? Would watching a NetFlix movie get on my nerves?