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  Reply # 1182959 25-Nov-2014 19:16
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3.6 SNR? Wow.




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  Reply # 1182980 25-Nov-2014 20:19
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Just have to love unbundled gear :-)


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  Reply # 1182982 25-Nov-2014 20:20
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Lurch: Just have to love unbundled gear :-)



first time i have seen it that low, im surprised..




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  Reply # 1182984 25-Nov-2014 20:24
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Lurch: Just have to love unbundled gear :-)



Big Pipe don't use any unbundled gear, it's 100% Chorus wholesale.





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  Reply # 1183603 26-Nov-2014 20:15
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Big Pipe don't use any unbundled gear, it's 100% Chorus wholesale.




Correct that why I went back to Vodafone and the comment above was about before and after. ;-) If there is a next time I move I'll be asking if they use their own gear and what it's set to.

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