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Topic # 100946 21-Apr-2012 04:56 Send private message

Just signed up for this plan

http://www.ubergroup.co.nz/fibre/plans-fibre.uber

B
ut the lady on the phone said it was 25Mbit downstream 25Mbit Upstream.

Is this correct or should it be 50Mbit downstream and 50Mbit Upstream.


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  Reply # 612696 21-Apr-2012 07:06 Send private message

Well it is 50/50 and that's what I get when doing a speed test.
But I haven't actually tried doing a download test at the same time as an upload.
Will have to give it a try on Monday when I'm back at work.
Bacerra may jump in here and tell you the answer before that. :)




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  Reply # 628225 21-May-2012 10:17 Send private message

I can confirm it is 50x50mbit, I'll mention it internally and make sure whoever you spoke to is aware of the correct plan speed




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  Reply # 628236 21-May-2012 10:45 Send private message

URL is broken as well.

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  Reply # 628246 21-May-2012 11:01 Send private message

networkn: URL is broken as well.


Old link now as the Ubergroup website has been updated:

http://ubergroup.co.nz/broadband.uber




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Reply # 628367 21-May-2012 14:35 Send private message

CYaBro:
networkn: URL is broken as well.


Old link now as the Ubergroup website has been updated:

http://ubergroup.co.nz/broadband.uber

A moved page should return 301 not 404.




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  Reply # 628397 21-May-2012 15:14 Send private message

So need to move ;-)

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