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Master Geek
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Topic # 196458 31-May-2016 23:53
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Hi MyRepublic,




So I see your adverts everywhere, and I hear your adverts on the radio every other day, with some new deal for new customers.


Can you please sort your crap out with your existing customers contention / crappy peek time performance before you bring on new customers to add to the problem.


Clearly you are a great marketing company..... just wish you would try to be a great ISP one day too....


Oh, and why hasn't anyone taken you to the advertising standards authority? With your statements  website about 'most bandwidth per user than any other isp'...... simply make believe.

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  Reply # 1563408 1-Jun-2016 00:50
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In regards to the bandwidth issues you could join an ISP that offers let's say, a big pipe?

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  Reply # 1563633 1-Jun-2016 13:12
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I just wish they'd stop emailing me the same offer every damn week.

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  Reply # 1563637 1-Jun-2016 13:25
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In regards to the bandwidth issues you could join an ISP that offers let's say, a big pipe?



There address checker does not show UFB at my address, I'm on UFB with MR.


Only offer naked plans, so not comparable.  Perhaps a big cable would be better? 


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  Reply # 1568562 9-Jun-2016 11:22
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Couldn't agree more. Been getting some crap speeds in the evenings for the last couple of weeks

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