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Railwire User Feedback?

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    Railwire is now giving connections in my apartment complex. I am planning their 2Mbps unlimited (1220 per months). Can anyone give feedback on their services. Do we get good speeds? Do they have some kinda of bandwidth throttling or p2p blocking? (And finally any fair usage policy which is not mentioned?)

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    inc tax its gonna be somewhere around 1500.Thir service is good.But in past 2-3 days I have noticed uploading speed has gone down. We definitely get good speed.

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    1500 for 2mbps is pretty good as compared to what other isps charge.

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    This is what I am getting for 1mbps
    uploading used to be around 600-700kbps earlier

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    thanks Pri & Admin: yes i know the price is very good. I am currently on Airtel Turbo1299, and a comparative Airtel ones costs 2999 (2mbps unlimited).

    Pri: some additional questions
    any impact on torrents/throttling?
    do you get a static or a dynamic IP?
    any disruptions in connection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyWalker911 View Post
    thanks Pri & Admin: yes i know the price is very good. I am currently on Airtel Turbo1299, and a comparative Airtel ones costs 2999 (2mbps unlimited).

    Pri: some additional questions
    any impact on torrents/throttling?
    do you get a static or a dynamic IP?
    any disruptions in connection?
    it doesnt limit the transmission i havent faced any problem with torrent.
    we get dynamic Ip for static IP u need to pay extra and need to put a request thats what the customer care guy told me.

    oh missed one well if you are in CV Raman nagar the local service provider has some issues that has nothing to do with railwire support station. But mostly they are sorted out in 10-20 minutes or even less time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pri_dm View Post
    oh missed one well if you are in CV Raman nagar the local service provider has some issues that has nothing to do with railwire support station. But mostly they are sorted out in 10-20 minutes or even less time.
    thanks Pri. Actually - I am looking for a dynamic IP. I am in IndiraNagar area and the local ISP will be Domlur Online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyWalker911 View Post
    thanks Pri. Actually - I am looking for a dynamic IP. I am in IndiraNagar area and the local ISP will be Domlur Online.
    Then thank your luck I guess u wont face the problem i face. For any further question call 080 - 67898899. They have courteous customer care guys with thorough knowledge and they can answer any of your query.

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    Is there Railwire available allover in Bangalore. I might be settling in Bangalore..so just wanted to know....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rameshjeee View Post
    Is there Railwire available allover in Bangalore. I might be settling in Bangalore..so just wanted to know....
    Nope it isnt its there in brookfield,whitefield,aces layout,cv ramannagar,indiranagar,marathalli,satyasaibaba layout, and 2-3 more places.

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    I will suggest that take the Railwire connection. Keep the Airtel connection also. Test both for a couple of months before giving up on either. It may work slightly expensive but at least you would test the goods first.
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    what is the maximum expected speed ?
    I'm sure it does not meet up to 2 mbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasundra View Post
    what is the maximum expected speed ?
    I'm sure it does not meet up to 2 mbps
    i have already posted the 1 mbps speedtest result here and 5-6 months back when i was not assigned my user id due to some upgrading i was assigned a common login where i have even got upto 10-12 mbps d/l and u/l.

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    Hi,

    have soem queries:

    1. Does this connection comes with a modem?
    2. Does it use a dialer?

    While I don't mind using the dialer for my day-to-day use, I need to use Xbox LIVE with this connection as well which might pose a problem.

    Has anyone tried using Xbox LIVE or PSN on this connection and/or used a wireless router?

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