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#21196 18-Apr-2008 13:18
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Being a Xnet customer for a few month, the only problem I got is not able to watch video from website in China.It may take 1 hour to download a 10 min video, it is very slow.
Speedtest is ok, not too slow. I can watch video clips on Yourtube.
Do you ever come cross same problem? any solution?

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  #124741 18-Apr-2008 13:40
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It could well be the server over there, your speed in this case unfortunately means nothing, if the other end has limited bandwidth

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