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Topic # 15259 12-Aug-2007 17:59
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I have been on the Go Large plan on Xtra since it came out, and haven't had any trouble with it until recently.
But now it keeps cutting out and going slow when it does work.
If I change to another Xtra Broadband Plan, will this still continue to happen?

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Reply # 82103 12-Aug-2007 18:06
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Hi Nstrange

Welcome to GZ did you do a search of the forums before posting about go large issues,



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  Reply # 82105 12-Aug-2007 18:17
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Do you know if your modem is loosing connection? If it is, then chances are that changing plan will help.

In terms of speed, changing to a different plan will certainly speed things up however there are still factors involved with that (ie. if your line is slow due to quality or distance issues) may cause issues.




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