WT-share : Speedtest Smart Evdo @Bandung :)

by Justinus » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 10:41:09 GMT

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 Mantap..... :D , sama kaya TFlash Unlimited saya yg akan saya tutup :P

hehehehe soalnya kurang speed segitu utk saya pribadi :)

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WT-share : Speedtest Smart Evdo @Bandung :)

by Renner Chen » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 10:44:57 GMT

 Hmmm coba si speedtest yop enwan loe yg pake paketan internet yang
perbulannya uang hangus hanya untuk bayarin paket, huahahaha :kompor:

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Kok cuma segitu ping?
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