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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 553173 3-Dec-2011 18:14
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Gaming: unplayable due to latency

tried to download a linux file via torrents got a grand 25 kb/s

GG 




 


The force is strong with this one!

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 553299 3-Dec-2011 22:34
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The quality of Telstraclear's internet service during the free data period reminds me of a quote from a movie, the name of which I have long since forgotten. "Everything is free under Communism and everything is sh*t." Much of my daily routine before and after work and during the weekend is watching online videos.  Sometimes during the weekends I like to sit back and watch games streamed live on Justin.tv/twitch.  No videos this weekend, at least not any void of stuttering and long pauses from beginning to end.  I'm just looking forward to Telstraclear's Degraded Internet Service Weekend to be over and done with.

Tony.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 554173 5-Dec-2011 18:23
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All is beautiful once more.  Low ping rates to Aussie BF3 servers and glitch free video streaming and playback.

Tony.

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