around 20/30 per month whereby they charge both for the modem around 60-80. the speed depends where your are. in remote locations you can be lucky to get more than 150k, in the city its limited to 300-700k. the upload is not that faster than 30k.
if you are around the towns, telefonica offers at them moment 1000k lines. we had to take 3 of them to get something proper because even such "serious" providers throttle you in the main traffic times down to 300k, sometimes.
if it helps, we placed an additional "domain controller" in our office and sync our work over its "DFS" to the internet. this makes working incredible fast for us. however, depends what you're doing.
book your broadband line early enough, the service just s*** here. good luck.
wow, only 300k - Is that through the phone lines?
Surely, the 3G service would be faster than that? I have a 3G stick in the UK, so could I just get a SIM card in Ibiza to run mobile internet?
Telefonica are advertising 6Mb and 10Mb in the more populated areas.
The work I do needs constant connection to a data server streaming financial data back and forth. The rest is just simply video, normal internet traffic.
I mean I'm sure a 1Mb line would work, it has done in the past but if it went as low as 300k that could be an issue. Data must be unlimited.
Is there a satellite service that might be faster...or cable?
How long do you reckon it would take to install a home broadband service there?
My worry is that we rent a place there and cannot know how the broadband is until it's set up. If it doesn't work then I can't work either, I'm highly dependent upon it