18 April 2009

It's time like this that I wished I'm living in Japan or Korea where the average broadband Internet speed is 60 or 45 Mbps and not a measly 56 Kbps when I signed up for a 684 Kbps broadband plan. My friends on Starship Enterprise would hang their heads in shame to know how slow my country has progressed in terms of Internet speed.

Heck I don't care if I don't get a full 684 Kbps, I just want a freaking stable Internet connection! One that doesn't cut off every 5 minutes. Is that too much to ask? Celcom? Maxis? That's why we need competition in businesses, not monopoly. Seriously, if my crappy Celcom broadband doesn't improve by the end of the month, I'll seriously consider ending my subscription altogether.

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