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  Reply # 56887 4-Jan-2007 16:33
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Nobody seemed to notice what was wrong with my speedtest post. Cool

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  Reply # 56893 4-Jan-2007 17:27
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weblordpepe: Nobody seemed to notice what was wrong with my speedtest post.

Oh, right... Click/Whir... You mean the fact that you're getting 4009kbps download while only paying for 256kbps?

I did notice that at the time and thought it was a little odd.

I would keep that VERY quiet if I were you...


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Reply # 56894 4-Jan-2007 17:27

Well I wouldnt complain if I was paying for 256 and getting 4megs.

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  Reply # 56896 4-Jan-2007 17:45
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I seem to have that affect on technology. I'll just touch things and they go awesome. There's really nothing I can do about it aye. One things for sure - its traffic managed.

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Reply # 56923 4-Jan-2007 21:41
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Yeah.. Some things just happen. I drop some broken things down some stairs by "accident" and they start working again after..
This just in: Gravity can fix your firmware! Laughing

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  Reply # 56981 5-Jan-2007 12:42
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Cool beans I just made a new thread for akward ways that people have fixed stuff -

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  Reply # 57257 8-Jan-2007 20:06
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Here are my results.

I'm out west and with iHug, with maximum 7.5Mbps download speed. I usually get downloads of about 160kbps maximum - connection seems a little slow tonight.

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  Reply # 57269 8-Jan-2007 21:53

Heres mine this is about average.

This on PDQ MAX from TelstraClear

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