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Q: Searching for a quality high speed internet location in Qingdao or Laoshan.

I need a good high speed internet location in Qingdao. I have to send and receive large photographic files and most of the hotels have about 1 mbps WIFI with many server resets. Even the "high speed" WIFI hotspots I have found in Maidao are really slow. I don't mind crossing town if necessary but I need at least 10 mbps to do what I need to do.

 

If you suspect you know a location, you can check the speed of that location by logging in there and going to speedtest.net. That will provide you with a reliable measurement of the upload and download speed of that location. It will also allow you to determine if you're getting the speeds you're paying for at your home location. 

 

I appreciate any feedback provided. Xie xie

4 years 31 weeks ago in  General  - Qingdao

 
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How about buy yourself a 4G mifi dongle & stop spongeing off others free wifi? You can't expect good wifi connections for free. 

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Because, I travel for a living, I don't stay in any country that long and since my lodging comes with semi-reasonable speed in most countries, I don't need one extra thing to manage with all the camera and computer items necessary for my job.

Why don't you either answer the question or go back to a social network column? 

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Are you a spy?

 

You travel for a living and send large photographic files.  Ummm

 

Anyway, the solution is to find someone with a wide area network.  The company I work for has one. They rent dedicated bandwith on a fibre optic from here to there.  No limit to the file size, and the speed is top notch.

 

It also gets around the VPN thing. Because with a WAN you just pick what server you want to be your entry into the net.

 

If your a photographer, your agent should know this.

 

If your a journalist, you need one of these:

 

https://www.iridium.com/default.aspx

 

Yeah, if you are a spy you would already have one hidden in the heel of your shoe wink

 

 

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Search upscale coffee shops. What the hell do you expect for an answer?

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buy cmcc internet from taobao..

works great.. not sure about the exact speed but my up and down loading is wonderful...

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