I would hope that TCL dont wait to upgrade until customers complain on this forum!!!
It does seem however that TCL are not overly proactive based on their track record.
DoomlordVekk: DG, I never realised you were such a diplomat... ;)
It's amazing that something as two head as the internet, on one hand, a capitalist's wet dream in terms of reach, opportunity and marketsize and at the other, such a communist set of controls, understandings and intentions, it's truly a miracle that it has survived, thrived and evolved into something most of the developed world doesn't seem to be able to live without (or live with...).
amanzi:freitasm: The Truenet April 2012 report shows what customers have been saying all along
So according to the TrueNet report, TCL cable customers can get over 18Mbps speed during the day?
freitasm: Are you using the DNS 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11?
I actually noticed a small improvement in international traffic in the last couple of nights.
Warricka: These DNS addresses are provided by Telstra Clear tot the ADSL modem on connecting but it does not help with the performance. Currently 1.09 mbps down and .59 mbps up. This is after buying a new ADSL modem today, TP-Link TD-W8960N as recomended by feedback here.
The performance of the Telstra ADSL is so low that I can't stream basic video from a web site. This was never an issue with the Xtra account that I had before changing to Telstra Clear.
freitasm: You should always use the 43/44 DNS for better results. Are you using cable or DSL?