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Mark Clayton scribeth thus
On Monday, 24 August 2015 15:58:46 UTC+1, Paul Cummins wrote:
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....not bothered in the slightest by the sly methods employed by
ISPs at all?
Yet, contrary to my saying '....is fast enough for my present
requirements.', you still tell me I should go away and ask for
No, I'm suggesting you ask them for more robust service, ADSL2+ is
better than ADSL2 in signal stability and robustness, right out to 6km
from the exchage.
ADSL2+ also gives you the possibility of higher upload speeds.
Paul Cummins - Always a NetHead
Wasting Bandwidth since 1981
Please Help us dispose of unwanted virtual currency:
Indeed - used to get ~13Mbps from exchange 1.3km away as the crow flies, 1.8km
walk, probably 2km of thin corroded GPO wire. Now get 30+ from a cabinet at
most a few hundred metres away and could get max of 76Mbps if I wanted to pay
Get a 100 here from a cab some hundreds of metres away and could get 150
if I wanted it..
... all over a bit of co-ax