Will you decline the EA subscription because of your download speed?

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User Info: Hucast9

Hucast9
3 years ago#1
Will you decline the EA subscription because of your download speed? - Results (89 votes)
I decline it because of my download speed
5.62% (5 votes)
5
I decline it for another reason
52.81% (47 votes)
47
I plan to subscribe
41.57% (37 votes)
37
This poll is now closed.
Will you decline the EA subscription because of your download speed?

User Info: BoneRevolution

BoneRevolution
3 years ago#2
"Will you decline the EA subscription because of your download speed?"

What? This doesn't make any sense

User Info: Hucast9

Hucast9
3 years ago#3
I'm not sure why you don't understand. In order to use the EA system, you're going to have to download large games. If you have the lowest internet speed such as 1.5 Mbps speed, then it is going to take a long long time to download those 20+ gb games. That's the whole point of this topic: Will internet speed deter you from using this service?

User Info: avanent

avanent
3 years ago#4
BoneRevolution posted...
"Will you decline the EA subscription because of your download speed?"

What? This doesn't make any sense


http://blogs.computerworld.com/internet/23334/american-broadband-sucks-itbwcw

User Info: werkz_destroyz

werkz_destroyz
3 years ago#5
Hucast9 posted...
I'm not sure why you don't understand. In order to use the EA system, you're going to have to download large games. If you have the lowest internet speed such as 1.5 Mbps speed, then it is going to take a long long time to download those 20+ gb games. That's the whole point of this topic: Will internet speed deter you from using this service?


Its not detering me ill get it for a month off n on here n there.. Wheres that option ?
Gt: werkz destroyz

User Info: avanent

avanent
3 years ago#6
werkz_destroyz posted...
Hucast9 posted...
I'm not sure why you don't understand. In order to use the EA system, you're going to have to download large games. If you have the lowest internet speed such as 1.5 Mbps speed, then it is going to take a long long time to download those 20+ gb games. That's the whole point of this topic: Will internet speed deter you from using this service?


Its not detering me ill get it for a month off n on here n there.. Wheres that option ?


That would be planning to subscribe.

User Info: bLiNdSnIpErZ20

bLiNdSnIpErZ20
3 years ago#7
I'm not subscribing, because it's not worth it to me at the moment.
Get back in your rocket, and f*** off back to Legoland you c****!

User Info: BoneRevolution

BoneRevolution
3 years ago#8
No brainer, may take more time but still a mere download. It's not like streaming a game..

User Info: SteelTooth

SteelTooth
3 years ago#9
Well, this is a stupid ass poll with dumb ass choices.
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User Info: HaloDad020508

HaloDad020508
3 years ago#10
I already subscribed for all the games except for Battlefield 4 since I already own it. The other games took time to download but not to the point where I wouldn't subscribe. I'm very happy with this service so far.
Playing Witcher 2, Hitman Blood Money, Thief
Anticipating Destiny, AC Unity, Halo MC Collection
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