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hio77
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  #1564662 3-Jun-2016 00:06
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given the timing this will likely be the increase of range for VDSL that have pinged you "within range"

 

 





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  #1564695 3-Jun-2016 06:37
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Are you in Fibre zone? 

 

If you do don't bother with VDSL. 

 

WIth Fibre the off peak speed is sick!





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  #1564986 3-Jun-2016 12:30
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joker97:

 

Are you in Fibre zone? 

 

If you do don't bother with VDSL. 

 

WIth Fibre the off peak speed is sick!

 

 

Can you explain further: WIth Fibre the off peak speed is sick!

 

 





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  #1564990 3-Jun-2016 12:36
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Lol I have giga fibre. During peak hours it's no different from ADSL for casual browsing.

 

*[yes for downloading/uploading it will hit the max of whatever the server can provide - adobe and sony are pretty fast, but web browsing is no different]

 

But can you get fibre? If you can don't bother with VDSL





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