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Master Geek

# 41623 20-Sep-2009 16:59
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ok i need some help to find a new isp i play wow and on xbox live and am sick to death of telstra cable i get random discconects from wow and really strange connection problems on xbox live ie getting kicked from xbox live partys kicked from online games and occasionally dissconected from live also my connection completly stops downloading my friends gamerpics (for christs sake telstra my connection cant even download a few thumbnail pictures wtf ) i have tryed everything to fix this and payed over a years worth of internet fees to telstra clear for this garbage.for more great reading have a look at my other forum in the telstra section "please help telstra doesnt " anyway my question is what isp should i sign up with a I HAVE HAD ENOUGH

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Uber Geek


  # 257223 20-Sep-2009 17:40
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I play on Xbox live every night and I am more than happy with Vodafone now since they allow interleaving off.

Never played and never will play WOW so can't comment on that, however if you can tell me some server IP's, I am more than happy to post their trace route's.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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Master Geek

  # 257224 20-Sep-2009 17:59
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thanks for the reply bill (lol) i never thought of vodafone at the moment thinkin of telecom broadband im guessing you can stay connected to games and youre friends list works ie. friends gamerpictures arent just a blank box thats the one that is annoying that my connection cant even do that !


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  # 257241 20-Sep-2009 20:28
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I've been pretty happy with xnet. I get about 250-350 ping to WoW, but I havent tried xbox live so I cant say if thats any good. I guess it depends what time you play with xnet as the whole 2am-8am free download plan will slow it down quite a bit between those hours.

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  # 257269 21-Sep-2009 00:38
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Snap sounds like it would suit you... TUANZ ISP of the year 2009

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