Jason Tanner

Knowledge Areas : 2020 Presidential Election, Black Lives Matter, Me Too Movement, Racism in Sports, Developmental Editing, Stylistic Editing, Copy Editing, Proofreading, Cooking, Healthy Eating, Restaurants, Snack Items, Chinese Food, American Food, Pizza, PC/Mac Games, Console Games (Xbox, PS, Nintendo, etc.), Role Playing/Fantasy, Stock Market, Literary Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Recording/Studios, Hip Hop, Retirement Planning, Growing your Savings, Personal Credit/Credit Report, Logic, Friends, Dating, Family, Twitter, Facebook, Google, Twitch.tv, Hashtag Usage, Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Poetry, Copywriting, Fiction

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  1. Nicholas G 310 Accepted Answer Community Answer

    Internet speeds are usually throttled unless you have a dedicated internet plan. So, you're getting a certain internet speed but it's subject to how many people are using the internet in your local area at a certain time. If you want much faster internet you can either upgrade your plan or go to some type of dedicated internet plan. Talk to your ISP about avoiding throttling. That's how they get you to continuously upgrade, lol. Hope this helps.

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