Head out on the highway! The difference between 25Mbps and 1000Mbps

Whether you’re gaming, binging Netflix or video-conferencing in to an important meeting, Race Communications offers consistent, seamless performance at the speed of light. Race keeps it simple by offering two plans, our Basic Broadband+ and Gigafy Me plans, but what is the difference and which plan should you choose?

Imagine driving down a highway heading to your favorite restaurant. You’re cruising down the road going as fast as your car will take you. As you’re driving, more and more cars are entering the highway. If you’re driving on a two-lane highway, you will notice that you have to slow down as traffic increases. This is your Basic Broadband+ plan. If you live in a smaller household this is a dependable plan that provides speeds up to 25Mbps in both directions.

Our Gigafy Me plan on the other hand, is like a four lane highway. It can handle more traffic without you slowing down. At 1,000 megabits per second, bottlenecks are gone, no matter how many computers, video streams, game consoles and smartphones you have going at once.

If you’re an active Internet user or would like to work from home, we recommend selecting the gigabit plan from Race Communications for optimal performance.

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One thought on “Head out on the highway! The difference between 25Mbps and 1000Mbps

  1. I choose the broadband + plan for now. I have a family of three and so I don’t feel the Gigafy me is necessary. The real kicker is that we have a 2 year contract with dish and to cancel is very expensive. So for a while we’ll have two internet bills. Once we drop dish we’ll move up to the Gigafy me rate

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