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#28350 27-Nov-2008 02:56
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hello again..

i would like to know if my line will support more mpbs if i change home phone plan.

cause right now i can only get 2-4mbps :X


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  #180577 27-Nov-2008 03:11
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Log into your router and tell us what the sync speeds are


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  #180806 27-Nov-2008 22:56
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its 2000d/l and around 500 u/l

i posted it some where before and yea..

i just wanna know if i change phone plans will i be able to handle more mbps

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  #181054 29-Nov-2008 10:31
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If those are the speed your modem syncs at then no. Your plan won't change he physyical line characteristics of your connection.

you can troubleshoot the physical state of your onnection (isolation test, different modem, different phone socket, shorter telephone cable etc). see for a good guide.

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