How much interest in faster Web Performance?

Accelerating the Edge Network Web Access 3-7x...


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May 7, 2008
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#1
I am interested in understanding how much interest you would have in accelerating your web access when using the Edge network.

If you could get 3-7x performance and see a more snappy feel to web access, would you be interested?

I do not have anything to sell you. I am trying to understand if those who have felt the performance is not up-to-speed would either pay to get better performance or visit a site to get 24 hours of free acceleration at a time.

Your thoughts and ideas are welcome.
 

Youngbinks

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#2
I can never turn down the opportunity for faster internet speeds. I'm always looking for the next fastest thing, couldn't imagine going slower. I would pay money to improve upon speed.
 

chcorey52

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Dec 25, 2007
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i would love faster internet...not sure how much i would pay though
 
May 7, 2008
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i would love faster internet...not sure how much i would pay though
Would you "stop by" a website once a day so it could re-energize your accelerator if it was free and just one quick click?
 

psylichon

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Oct 31, 2007
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Philly
#5
That sounds really odd. Can you explain how it works a little more?
 

Eragon

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May 7, 2008
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That sounds really odd. Can you explain how it works a little more?
I am trying to understand the demand for web access acceleration for iPhone users.

I imagine that some people will want 3-7x performance and would pay a few $$ per month for "snappy" web access.

On the other hand, there may be a number of people that rather than paiyng money - would visit a site before web surfing that would re-set a key enabling accelerated web performance. In this case, the cost of the service may be off-set by advertising.

What would you be interested in?
 

Eragon

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#8
Would you "stop by" a website once a day so it could re-energize your accelerator if it was free and just one quick click?
Nothing is free. We have pop-up blockers on out web browsers to filter out advertising junk. We also have spy software to try catching as many root-kits and spy-bots that such sites could harbor. Not too keen on the idea of paying money to surf to such a site so that I can have unfettered access elsewhere.

I'd rather pay my way if it meant freedom from commercials, advertisers, spammers, and junk mail sites.
 
May 7, 2008
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Nothing is free. We have pop-up blockers on out web browsers to filter out advertising junk. We also have spy software to try catching as many root-kits and spy-bots that such sites could harbor. Not too keen on the idea of paying money to surf to such a site so that I can have unfettered access elsewhere.

I'd rather pay my way if it meant freedom from commercials, advertisers, spammers, and junk mail sites.
I wasn't thinking a cheesy advertising site. That would never work.

I was thinking a major site that you already go to.