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Topic # 81503 13-Apr-2011 21:59
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Normally Xnet speeds are
12mb off peak.. and 1-3mb peak..
But last few nights I am getting 12mb during peak?


Nice surprise.. long may it last 

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  Reply # 458474 13-Apr-2011 22:27
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Yeah I've noticed as well.. very nice


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  Reply # 458532 14-Apr-2011 06:03
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You've probably been upgraded to an EUBA connection.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 458535 14-Apr-2011 07:05
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Pakuranga, Auckland. I've noticed since last weekend that there has been significant improvements. Not usually a you-tuber, but have been the last week for technical stuff ;-). Buffering is very fast and then slows down (i.e. it is managed properly). Don;t know if this has anything to do with me upgrading to FireFox 4.0, suspect it is rather something happened at XNet's end.

This time, please don't tell all your torrenting mates...




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  Reply # 458537 14-Apr-2011 07:21
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I've also been seeing similar signficant improvements - see here.

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  Reply # 458540 14-Apr-2011 08:10
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My cabinet ETM/BS, which is probably 400-500 metres around the corner has just been upgraded to ADSL2+, but my modem still showing its syncing at ADSL1 speed using multimode. Can't wait for the speed improvement to come through, am also on Xnet.

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