- Apr 28, 2020
- North Dakota
I'm generally satisfied with my cable ISP...currently paying $65/month for 250mbps down which is more than adequate for my needs. Not cheap but it seems reasonable and they've been reliable. I'm always on the lookout to make a change if it makes sense from a monetary stand-point, but my main question is this: do most all of the cellular carrier home networking options potentially throttle speeds at times based on network demand? I've never experienced this from a cable ISP although I'm sure it happens. As far as I can tell T-Mobile is the only one with 5G coverage in my area right now, if that makes a difference.