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  #1575470 17-Jun-2016 08:27
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michaelmurfy:

Why anybody would switch to Cable is beyond me.



Well it sure beats the ADSL Spark connection that preceded it.

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  #1575477 17-Jun-2016 08:33
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dafman:
michaelmurfy:

 

Why anybody would switch to Cable is beyond me.

 



Well it sure beats the ADSL Spark connection that preceded it.

 

Sometimes.

 

Here is my 100/10 Mbps cable connection two nights ago ...

 





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dafman:
michaelmurfy:

 

Why anybody would switch to Cable is beyond me.

 



Well it sure beats the ADSL Spark connection that preceded it.

 

You can't get VDSL? Or fibre?
Cable is a product I would stay far, far away from now. It wasn't always like this though.


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Update. Simon from Telecom has been in touch directly and is currently working on correcting the billing issue. So, given I kicked off this thread, just wanted to publicly acknowledge Spark picking up on this. 


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dafman:
michaelmurfy:

 

Why anybody would switch to Cable is beyond me.

 



Well it sure beats the ADSL Spark connection that preceded it.

 

Sometimes.

 

Here is my 100/10 Mbps cable connection two nights ago ...

 

 

 

Wow. And I thought I had problems with RBI.





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