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Reply # 334548 25-May-2010 14:55
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Ok, confirming the "existence" of WarpSpeed plan in Wellington/Johnsonville. Plan will be active from 12pm, meter already switched over - as thought changing plans reset the usage meter as well:





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  Reply # 334553 25-May-2010 15:01
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Hi, so is there any sign of newer higher (>25Mb/s) speed plans for the DOCSIS3 upgrade yet.

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  Reply # 334621 25-May-2010 16:39
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It's mentioned in my post and in the article which has been linked twice in this thread (once in my post)...

"The bigger benefits will come later this year when TelstraClear starts offering new internet plans that will offer faster headline speeds, for which customers will need new Docsis3-capable cable modems. Speeds of 100 megabits per second should then be possible, Mr Lee says"

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  Reply # 334628 25-May-2010 16:42
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I think the question "there any sign of newer higher (>25Mb/s) speed plans for the DOCSIS3 upgrade yet." was for something more specific than that statement.




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  Reply # 334633 25-May-2010 16:46
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Remember DOCSIS3 also requires a new modem..

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  Reply # 334646 25-May-2010 17:15
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freitasm:
geekiegeek: No update yet Mauricio? When they checked for me they had an anwser within half an hour.


Damn. I have to bite my tongue now. Just got a call telling me WarpSpeed is available in Johnsonville and my plan can be changed.



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  Reply # 334985 26-May-2010 11:19
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Plan change seems to be in full effect... Shame testing against the Auckland speedtest server doesn't go past 12Mbps - barely 50% of the 25Mbps "warpspeed" really.





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  Reply # 334988 26-May-2010 11:22
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Goes past 12Mb/s here, sometimes as high as 16Mb/s



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  Reply # 334990 26-May-2010 11:28
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Just now it peaked at 14Mbps:



I certainly signed up for the plan change because of the allowance, but getting 50% of the promised speed is a bit too much, certainly - for cable?





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  Reply # 334996 26-May-2010 11:44
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Just in case anyone thinks the bottleneck is with the Auckland server, see this one from this morning:
 

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  Reply # 335000 26-May-2010 11:55
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Concidering my speed is limited by my ADLS2+ connection I think you have right to demand more Mauricio, hope they can honor even higher speed plans yet again once DOCSIS3 is in place.

Amanzi, speeding is cheating :)

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  Reply # 335006 26-May-2010 12:12
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On the other hand YouTube cache is fast now. It seems TelstraClear continues to battle the "if content is not inside our network, who cares" paradigm...





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  Reply # 335065 26-May-2010 14:29
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Yeah it's not the Auckland speedtest server that's the slow part, here's a test from some ICONZ hosting:


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  Reply # 335168 26-May-2010 18:15
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Mauricio, try out something on Paradise's network, like this (111MB Debian CD). You'll need to use a multi-part downloader to see what your speed can get to - I can't get full 10Mbps on it with a single stream (I used to though...).

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