One day last week, I had about 5 hours of Internet outage. When the outage was over, I noticed that my Internet speed was running faster. Consistently it is now running 10 Mbps, when it used to be 6 Mbps.

Looking at the Cable Onda site, it appears they have made adjustments in their plans. The plan I was on has lowered it price, but also lowered the Internet speed. I am assuming that my bill will not change and that will account for the increase in Internet speed.

I had another neighbor who was paying for 9 Mbps and is now receiving 15 Mbps. No complaints here, I just don’t understand the changes.

However, knowing that something had changed, will mean I have to pay close attention when the next bill comes out. As long as my monthly charge hasn’t gone up, I am a happy camper.

6 thoughts on “Hmmmmm

  1. I live in Boquete and pay for 15 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up ( Most of time was less that by 15% ?) I checked yesterday and was over 17 Mbps and 2 Mbps and the same today…. maybe they ramped it up over the subscription amount to constantly deliver what we are paying for?

  2. I’m here in David as well and pay for 9mbps service which I rarely got. Yesterday and today so far it’s in excess of 15, I was just billed on-line and it’s the same price as before. Now if we can just keep the service up and running without all the outages I too will be a happy camper.

  3. I am 73 years old and never dealt with a computer at work. My brother gave me one a few years ago and the computer does not speak the same language as I do in English. Phone and shipping. Did great!. Now, I do not understand any of the mbps, and net, and my life. What in the heck are all you talking about? More and more info w/ Cable Onda, etc., duh> Can someone help the elderly? Take a laugh on what we not entitled to many years ago.

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