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#14345 28-Jun-2007 21:31
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My download speed as gone up 2 full MB's since March.

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  #76970 4-Jul-2007 23:37
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I think that they increased the speed on some of the plans, like us.  We are on 10g @4mbs

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  #76983 5-Jul-2007 08:52
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Hi,
Telstraclear hasn't increased speeds for customers at this time, current speeds & plans can be found at:
http://telstraclear.co.nz/residential/inhome/internet/highspeed/





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#76993 5-Jul-2007 09:12
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I think they probably have upgraded their backhaul, and able to speed up majorly to all connections. However pretty soon we should get 25Mbps on the higher tier and the lower plans should gradually get the next speed bump too!




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  #77007 5-Jul-2007 12:03
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Just the past couple of days I've noticed my speed's increased, too.  I'm getting 4.6Mbps on a 4Mbps plan, so I'm happy Smile.

I'm with chiefie - I think this is a backhaul upgrade in preparation for their general increase in plan speeds.  Looks like they've learnt from the last time they did speed upgrades.  I remember last time they promised speed upgrades, there was a major lag between them announcing the new speeds and customers actually getting them.  Looks like it's the other way around this time Smile.



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  #77019 5-Jul-2007 13:20
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I've been wondering the same thing - since last week I've been utilizing a nice 5-6mbit connection.

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