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  Reply # 629605 23-May-2012 19:43
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Honestly what do you have to say for yourself Telstra?
Two months.
Bloody disgusting.

DMC

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Master Geek


  Reply # 629651 23-May-2012 21:28
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Final test of the night, just before 9:30pm - 15.04 up / 1.02 down

Couldn't even get to 1 last night on TCL at about this same time

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 632570 30-May-2012 13:03
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No further posts on this forum. Has telstraclear sorted out all the speed related issues? Mine still is the same. Peak time upto 3 mbps down local servers and upto 1 mbps down international servers. I got a call from a chap called Carl from telstraclear a couple of times and asked if could send him speedtests done at 6am in the morning which i did on the 24/05/2012. No news there after

DMC

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Master Geek


  Reply # 632577 30-May-2012 13:10
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Conversation moved to the "Tauranga" thread, that thread is worth a read if you have not done so already.

Based on that thread they still have major problems in at least the Bay of Plenty area, if not wider.

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  Reply # 633338 31-May-2012 13:10
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I haven't heard of any problems with speed up North in Whangarei, has anyone as I am thinking of moving to Telstar. I did talk to one person I know that users them and he has good speed.
I think I'' wait until I hear someone feed back on this.
Thanks Geeks.

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