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Topic # 83111 11-May-2011 00:51
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hi there, im currently using Megatel as my ISP provider.
im not having problem on early morning till noon but
the problem is that the speed goes down
very much at night time, starting from 8pm ~
do u know why this is happening ?

and is there anyone who's using other ISP
and check on speedtest.net and click Seoul[Korea]
at night around [9pm~ ?] , and tell me the result?

  

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  Reply # 467780 11-May-2011 01:08
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anyone using telecom ?
im planning to transfer to Telecom home package

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  Reply # 467788 11-May-2011 07:53
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  Reply # 467833 11-May-2011 10:05
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sorry, it's my first time using this 
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  Reply # 468048 11-May-2011 20:33
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Being a korean internet provider, megatel would be expected to have quite alot of traffic to korea and if they have more home users then may also have more of an evening demand peak than other providers.

If you are on one of their "unlimited" plans, ask them whether capped plan would experience better performance in evenings. I doubt they would be much worse than Slingshot though.




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  Reply # 468071 11-May-2011 21:35
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can someone who's currently using
Telecom , try going in to speedtest.net
and click Seoul [Korea] 
during evening around 10pm ?
and post the result for me ?        

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