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  Reply # 1606035 7-Aug-2016 19:22

2 hours later, speeds have gone from 100Mb/s to 40Mb/s...

 


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  Reply # 1606037 7-Aug-2016 19:33
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the only thing you still beat me on is upload ...

 

and I'm on semi-rural VDSL

 





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  Reply # 1610338 11-Aug-2016 21:29

Decent speeds the last few nights, here's hoping they have sorted out their issues?

 

From 9.30pm tonight:

 

 

My speed tests over the past month give an idea of how hit and miss it has been though:

 


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  Reply # 1618025 26-Aug-2016 18:29

Decent speeds lately. This result over WiFi at 6.30pm tonight. Hopefully it stays this way.

 


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  Reply # 1618074 26-Aug-2016 19:23
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TrueNet July 2016 Urban Broadband Report  

 

Chart 9: 100Mbs Fibre & Cable Performance from NZ 
 

 

   

 


MyRepublic still have a problem.  undecided





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  Reply # 1618101 26-Aug-2016 20:58

That seems pretty much in line with my speedtest results. Performance slowly degrades through the evening and improves when people start going to bed I guess.

 


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  Reply # 1618335 27-Aug-2016 15:35
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Down to 27Mbps at 3.30pm on a saturday afternoon here in ChCh. Been told a couple of weeks ago they have identified the issue but as yet no change

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  Reply # 1618379 27-Aug-2016 16:58
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I wonder how much worse it'll be when MR automatically upgrades all their 200Mbps customers (In non-Chorus areas) to 1Gbps?





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  Reply # 1618413 27-Aug-2016 17:58
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I was thinking the same thing



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  Reply # 1618444 27-Aug-2016 19:48

They might be lucky enough to get the 100Mbps we are currently paying for.


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I was thinking the same thing

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I was thinking the same thing

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  Reply # 1620836 1-Sep-2016 12:46
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I am currently waiting for UFB to be installed in my area and then will be on UFB with my republic, I hope the issues are sorted before then.


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  Reply # 1625281 7-Sep-2016 21:07
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I'm still getting very slow download speeds out of these guys. Is anyone else experiencing the same or better performance?

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