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# 210200 17-Mar-2017 16:36
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Hi, 

I have a vodafone UFB connection on evolve 1. Do you know if we are gonna get 50mbit soon?

 

Apparently Chorus have made the change, I suspect Vodafone need to update their QoS profiles?






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  # 1743400 18-Mar-2017 15:34
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Huh?

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im guessing hes talking about chorus' upgrade from 30 to 50mbit for the lowest fibre plan


 
 
 
 


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  # 1744459 20-Mar-2017 12:50
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Take the following with a grain of salt, but I believe Vodafone use their own custom UFB plans, at least with Chorus. I've seen Portal notifications showing the old plan of a given line was something along the lines of "Evolve 100-20-2.5-2.5 vf private" rather than the regular plan names. Might have some contribution to the symptoms OP has noticed?




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  # 1744520 20-Mar-2017 13:56
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I have no idea if the circuit is ordered from chorus that way with their own custom products. Or if Vodafone have their own BNG setting the speed limits, so its not limited by the polt's. 

 

Im just wondering if they were going to make the 30mbit plans 50mbit, if anyone has heard of anything.

 

 








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  # 1791333 29-May-2017 19:17
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I think VF have changed this, yesterday nope... but today yep.

 

I started downloading a file today. And now i'm getting 50mbit.






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