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Topic # 60322 24-Apr-2010 12:14
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Hi all,

I know there are multiple threads on this topic already, but don't have time to read through them all.

I'm on Telecom Big Time, from about a week ago I've suddenly had extremely slow download speeds, reduced by almost 10 times.

I mainly download from Megashares, sometimes from Rapidshares. Normally I get around 200kb/s or more from Megashares, but for the past week I've hardly gone over 25kb/s.

From a rough scan of the other threads it sounds like Telecom is having a problem, but it's still not fixed. Is this correct?

Or can someone briefly explain what the problem is? and what's Telecom doing about it?

Thanks a lot, sorry for repeat thread


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  Reply # 322410 24-Apr-2010 16:52
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Try posting in this thread
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=59367

We don't need yet another big Time thread....there are so many already, including that one at just 3 pages long.

You should just bite the bullet and switch away from Big Time. It's throttled on everything and will continue to be




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