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Topic # 215049 9-Jun-2017 17:12
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hi

 

have just changed from Vodafone 200 / 20  to 950 / 450 which seems to have kicked in this morning however  the downloads have stayed the same or a bit less while the upload has improved.

 

im not really worried about upload but just wanted to know if it takes a while for download speed to learn and change overtime as some comments have said around the place

 

not a concern, just more curious at this time

 

 


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  Reply # 1797414 9-Jun-2017 17:30
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Do you have a suitably powerful PC to use the speeds? Also just checking you're testing over Ethernet not wifi?



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  Reply # 1797419 9-Jun-2017 17:40
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ethernet

 

and

 

i7 4790

 

 

 

thanks for reply

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1797421 9-Jun-2017 17:43
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is your router capable of the new speed?




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  Reply # 1797425 9-Jun-2017 17:48
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supposedly the huawei hg659 is and when i spoke to the support person a few days ago and adked the question he said yes.

 

i double checked to see if the hg659b would be better and saw that there was no real difference.

 

ive got a d-link 2900al here i can test but wont be able to do that until the kids are back at school not moaning about "no internet whah whah"....:-)

 

 


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