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Does anyone on this board have Verizon Fios Quantum?

#1SoldierXCellPosted 7/14/2012 10:24:11 AM
I am currently using Roadrunner high speed turbo from Time Warner for internet

does anyone on here use verizons new Fios Quantum? i would like too know the speeds during gaming online or download speeds without trusting average web browsing consumers opinions or reviews, just for gaming online, any feedback is great thank you
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#2R i c kPosted 7/14/2012 10:40:49 AM
I have basic 15/5 FiOS and AFAIK "Quantum" is just the attention-grabbing name they slapped on their new highest speed FiOS plans. I don't think it actually differs structurally from the regular FiOS. That said, I love my FiOS. Stable as a rock, never goes down, speed never fluctuates, no data caps... Can't ask for more. In fact, my 15/5 line actually gives me 25/5 so I'm getting free bandwidth to boot. Gotta love that even though it's not guaranteed.
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#3SoldierXCell(Topic Creator)Posted 7/14/2012 10:43:22 AM
Hmm, maybe ill amke the switch then, Roadrunner is ok even turbo with a wired connection i can agme prettyw ell without lag im normally host and stays good but i was reading that Fios is actually faster,
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#4Tidus41390Posted 7/14/2012 11:14:37 AM
I have Xfinity which is pretty decent but I wish I could get Fios. They don't seem to be available in my city.
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