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  Reply # 1048390 19-May-2014 20:35
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Your line is poked. Speedtest is in line with your sync speed.

RBI Wireless should be available in your area, feel free to get in touch if you want to look in to that option. Also a master splitter wouldn't go a miss if you remain on fixed-line; but good chance they have killed your line with whatever work they did, so perhaps log a fault for "drop in DSL sync speed".





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  Reply # 1048406 19-May-2014 20:43
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We don't have a phone on the line anymore so haven't been able to check if any issues there as we also have home wireless phone with Vodafone.

Vodafone weren't interested when I explained something might be wrong since it coincided with the repair work its just due to congestion.

They did say there are no plans to upgrade the exchange so I'm going to jump on with wireless broadband for some improvement in the speeds.

Thanks for the discussion and help.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1048413 19-May-2014 21:00
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So your line is munted - there is no way you can get speeds faster than your sync rate.

If your speeds were faster beforehand then it's obvious the work last week has possibly impacted your line, however your overall performance and description indicates you're probably on UBA on a Conklin which will not be even worse with the introduction of more unlimited plans.



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  Reply # 1048421 19-May-2014 21:30
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Te kowhai is an asam in the exchange and has always had speed issues and dot thnk its veing upgraded under rbi either

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  Reply # 1048422 19-May-2014 21:35
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Ps are you uppast limmer road along horotiu road where they changed the road layout

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