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# 240658 19-Sep-2018 07:54
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Hi guys,

 

 

 

I just moved into a new place, and have VDSL internet while waiting installation of fibre to be completed.

 

im currently on (speedtest.net, is there any better speed test method?) 20ms ping, 47mbps dowon / 7 mbps up. 2 degree says  that i'm on a 80m plan, which make my connection to be approx. 60% of full speed.

 

I am not too sure what is causing it but it well might be my old wires. I try all DSL ports in the house still similar result.

 

my questions are

 

1. is 60% a good indicator of what im going to get out of fibre?

 

2. when i switch to fibre, would the old wire system under the house continue to be a factor? should i invest to fix it now?

 

3. i know most of you mentioned here that most comment slow internet factors are most likely on the user side, is there anything i could do now to find out exactly why and what to improve it?

 

 

 

thank you so much

 

 

 

Sam 

 

 


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  # 2092944 19-Sep-2018 08:00
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No at all relevant or linked.

Fibre is laser driven optical. No bad wires or signal drop off.
If you order a 100/20 fibre plan(for example) then that should be what you get.




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