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  Reply # 1588993 9-Jul-2016 21:09
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Some more outstanding MyRepublic speeds straight from Gigatown at 9pm on a Saturday.

 

 

I'm so happy they have all that extra bandwidth per customer and the fact that it is a peak time isn't slowing me down... But really, so sick of there rubbish. Wish I could break contract.


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  Reply # 1589000 9-Jul-2016 21:44
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MrIrish:

 

Some more outstanding MyRepublic speeds straight from Gigatown at 9pm on a Saturday.

 

 

I'm so happy they have all that extra bandwidth per customer and the fact that it is a peak time isn't slowing me down... But really, so sick of there rubbish. Wish I could break contract.

 

 

How fast is your connection supposed to be?  (I think I can guess wink)





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  Reply # 1589001 9-Jul-2016 21:46
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MrIrish:

 

Some more outstanding MyRepublic speeds straight from Gigatown at 9pm on a Saturday.

 

 

I'm so happy they have all that extra bandwidth per customer and the fact that it is a peak time isn't slowing me down... But really, so sick of there rubbish. Wish I could break contract.

 

 

 

 

Yea I really hear you ... I regrettably made the move from spark. Not only have i gotten lower speeds since the move.. But it's inconsistent and Peak time slow downs.. I'm on VDSL though.. But I sure do miss the speeds I was getting with Spark ... 


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  Reply # 1589003 9-Jul-2016 21:50
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My VDSL speeds tonight and most peak times with MyRepublic ..


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  Reply # 1589005 9-Jul-2016 21:53
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MrIrish:

 

Some more outstanding MyRepublic speeds straight from Gigatown at 9pm on a Saturday.

 

 

I'm so happy they have all that extra bandwidth per customer and the fact that it is a peak time isn't slowing me down... But really, so sick of there rubbish. Wish I could break contract.

 

 

How fast is your connection supposed to be?  (I think I can guess wink)

 

 

It should be at gigabit speeds - 1000 Mbps.


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  Reply # 1595713 20-Jul-2016 16:26
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Everything seems ok these days. Will try some tests to some interational sites.


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  Reply # 1605557 6-Aug-2016 17:28
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This is a joke. Down to 3Mbps!! in Rangiora at 5.30pm

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  Reply # 1608608 10-Aug-2016 14:17
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Kiwiwolf: This is a joke. Down to 3Mbps!! in Rangiora at 5.30pm

 

 

 

 

 

Argh don't say that I have only just swapped to them before i read this forum. 


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  Reply # 1608612 10-Aug-2016 14:21
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Seriously try to leave them now. Most ISPs have a grace period which of I were you would be using to leave them ASAP.

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  Reply # 1608624 10-Aug-2016 14:42
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If it is that slow then log a fault. Keep records. Give ultimatum to sort it, leave.





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