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Topic # 83434 16-May-2011 22:59
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im currently using Megatel, but im planning to
change my ISP to Telecom . reason why im changing
to Telecom is that internet goes so slow starting from 11pm ~
i don't know why and i herd that it's not usual internet going slow
at Offpeak time like this..

so im here to ask some favor,
can someone who's curreently using Telecom or Orcon
go to-> speedtest.net "around 11pm ~
and check local(Auckland), and Seoul[Korea] as well ?
and post the result for me ? (ping/up&down)

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  Reply # 469903 16-May-2011 23:19
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  Reply # 469908 16-May-2011 23:29
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l43a2:


is the speed stable during the day ?
anyway thanks for ur time!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 469909 16-May-2011 23:35
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yes but these speedtests are useless, because I'm in a different area to you, so my exchange could be less congested then the one you're connected too




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  Reply # 469911 16-May-2011 23:43
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These are stable with me most of the time, except there is a bit of load on my network at the moment (Flatmate is using Skype + possibly downloading his Linux ISO's) - Telecom is possibly your best bet for general network speed, never had a issue with them :)




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  Reply # 470018 17-May-2011 10:45
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michaelmurfy:

These are stable with me most of the time, except there is a bit of load on my network at the moment (Flatmate is using Skype + possibly downloading his Linux ISO's) - Telecom is possibly your best bet for general network speed, never had a issue with them :)



so ur currently in Auckland am i right ?
thanks for ur kind. wish u have great day

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  Reply # 470204 17-May-2011 18:42
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I am actually in Christchurch :)




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  Reply # 470217 17-May-2011 19:20
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And I know its only 7pm and I am in the middle (wellington), but honestly Telecom delivers these speeds pretty much anytime day and night, well nationally anyway, dont often pull traffic out of Korea.







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