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Topic # 150552 26-Jul-2014 15:01
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Just tested my 130Mbps cable connection on http://wellington.speedtest.vodafone.co.nz/ - results are shockingly slow!

Download Speed: 22486 kbps (2810.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 10051 kbps (1256.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
7/26/2014 2:57:20 PM

Anyone else suffering slow speedtests?!

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  Reply # 1096173 26-Jul-2014 15:12
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mentalinc: I just got full line speed on VDSL 50/10Mbit


Different hardware and network so couldnt be related.

"Vodafone Cable broadband customers in specific areas are currently experiencing congestion and a reduction of their maximum speed at peak times. We have identified the cause of congestion and have scheduled upgrades to the affected areas throughout August within the next three weeks. There is no mitigation action we can put in place in the meantime as this requires a build at the exchange. Once the upgrades have occurred the customer should no longer be affected by these speed issues."

Whether this is one of them i couldnt comment. Best to PM me or NikT and we can look into.

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