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Topic # 98146 24-Feb-2012 21:58
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Hi there all, One question maybe someone can answer; Does telecom XT throttle bandwidth internationally? It doesnt seem so.

Speedtest via telecom fixed line broadband to Santa Rosa:


Speedtest via telecom XT to same Santa Rosa server: 


speedtest via telecom fixed line broadband to Tauranga: 


Speedtest via telecom XT to Tauranga: 


Thoughts?

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  Reply # 586471 24-Feb-2012 22:04
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Both networks (xDSL & 2G/3G) are highly variable and there are no guarantees on speeds offerred.

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  Reply # 586472 24-Feb-2012 22:06
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How many bars of signal did you have?

Also, check out that latency.. Because of how TCP/IP works, high latency == crap throughput, depending.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 586473 24-Feb-2012 22:07
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kyhwana2: How many bars of signal did you have?

Lol, didn't you see the screenshots were taken on an iPhone?



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  Reply # 586475 24-Feb-2012 22:08
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Hi there, It has done this a few times now, At peak times my fixed telecom broadband its really slow internationally whereas via XT it is sweet as, full signal, yes using iPhone, full signal, cell site right next to me. very fast.

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  Reply # 586477 24-Feb-2012 22:11
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codyc1515:
kyhwana2: How many bars of signal did you have?

Lol, didn't you see the screenshots were taken on an iPhone?

doh XD I looked at the top right for the signal strength..
(Android here)


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  Reply # 587207 27-Feb-2012 09:12
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No we don't throttle bandwidth :)

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  Reply # 587434 27-Feb-2012 16:03
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So the first image is iphone > wifi > your internet connection?

Probably and issue with your wifi/router imo.

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