How would you rate internet speeds — mobile or fixed — in Mexico?

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Posted 2 weeks.

11 Comments

  • Doug - 20 hours ago

    Runcon de Guayabitos Nayarit when I am there Jan 2 through March 15 I nowrate it as useless and completely
    I watched it arrive and deteriorate so bad in last 5 years. Our hotel provides
    2 wifi circuits with the largest bandwidth he can buy for 25 rooms
    Most folks buy cell phones and commute back to Canada and USA
    One evaluation I found there were only 2% poorer than we in Mexico
    Hotel and town pretty well given up complaining

  • Doug - 20 hours ago

    Runcon de Guayabitos Nayarit when I am there Jan 2 through March 15 I nowrate it as useless and completely
    I watched it arrive and deteriorate so bad in last 5 years. Our hotel provides
    2 wifi circuits with the largest bandwidth he can buy for 25 rooms
    Most folks buy cell phones and commute back to Canada and USA
    One evaluation I found there were only 2% poorer than we in Mexico
    Hotel and town pretty well given up complaining

  • Frank Ward - 3 days ago

    Upload speed at its very best is point 6mbps, download at 5.5mbps. I have to schedule most of my program updates for after I go to bed so they will be completed in the morning. Uploads take hours even for a 50MB file or video. In Puerto Penasco.

  • Bob Stephenson - 4 days ago

    We just completed the upgrade to Fiber Optic service in Baja Sur with TelMex. The difference is phenomenal. Prior to the upgrade download was almost 10 mbps and upload never hit 3mbps. Now my speeds are hovering at 40 mbps down and 10 mbps up. Yes there are some difference between the hard wired service and fiber optics which you don't realize until it is installed but there are plenty of "work arounds". Also, rock solid service.

  • David M Calleo - 6 days ago

    Worrying about internet speeds when you can’t feed your people’s due to fertilizer issues, you have more Police and government officials shot than most countries average wages are are peanuts more corrupt politicians and you worry about internet. You are worrying about the WRONG issues !!!

  • George - 1 week ago

    Be nice if it were consistent and reliable. The speed is OK, based on my needs. The problem is that the service, at least here in sn San Miguel, is intermittent. But they still want to get paid each month as if it were full, uninterrupted service.

    Ditto, cable TV. Constantly having “hiccups” where the screen freezes plus the dialogue. Over and over and o er again. Or the transmission goes to black, this a pop-up stating, “WARNING!!!!! No signal!”

    Well, duh. I know that. And then the program guide on the screen consistently states “Not Available” for all channels. Sometimes it actually does. Often, the cable program guide doesn’t know what time it is. When it actually shows “what’s on,” it has no relationship with the actual time of day.

    So far, the only response from Mega blue has been to substantially increase the cost of service. Ugh!

  • Frank Ludtke - 2 weeks ago

    Speed is to inadequate for a modern era

  • WESTON - 2 weeks ago

    I live in Chapala, Jal. the internet speed here is Chapala is so ssssslllloooowwww you can lean out of the window and yell your email faster than it will go. Carlos needs to get up off of some of his millions and make upgrades to the system that is in place.......

  • Yrma - 2 weeks ago

    We need a company to compete with Slim, the worse internet provider, very expensive.

  • Mexico Es Primero USA ???????? - 2 weeks ago

    Mexico needs more competitive companies Slim is not the cheapest one hopefully Facebook will come up with something

  • Barbara Murphy-Bridge - 2 weeks ago

    We have indigenous ag workers ( Oaxcan, Chiapas ) living and raising families with no running water, no electricity, no sewage, no trash removal. Our internet is slow but at least the infrastructure is there to access it - unlike the ag workers who have nada basic amenities.

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