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  # 1695255 26-Dec-2016 19:44
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His router provided by my republic doesn't do gigabit over WiFi.




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  # 1695272 26-Dec-2016 20:26
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k1w1k1d:

 

What are the reasons that you would not recommend them?

 

 

 

For me it would be because they let it get to that point in the first place and wouldnt let customers know what the issue was.


 
 
 
 


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Jase2985:

 

k1w1k1d:

 

What are the reasons that you would not recommend them?

 

 

 

For me it would be because they let it get to that point in the first place and wouldnt let customers know what the issue was.

 

 

 

 

I think they may have suffered a few "growth pains" earlier, their performance improved more recently and they have maintained that level of consistency - we have not published due to the sample size but here is the November 2016 median hourly results for each of the probes we have - the grand total is pretty good from a ToD variation PoV:

 

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  # 1695277 26-Dec-2016 21:02
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granted but whats to say it wont happen again in the future? we only have the past to go on so...

 

 




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John, how is the search for new MR volunteers going?


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k1w1k1d:

 

John, how is the search for new MR volunteers going?

 

 

Picking up speed.  I am going to ask MyRepublic to assist in the new year


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