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#252785 11-Jul-2019 20:02
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My work use Spark Fiber and I work a lot from home. If I move to 2D Fiber Ultimate at home would there be much of a latency increase connecting between the two ISPs? I need to review CCTV footage remotely so would like the fastest possible connection. I'm located in Hamilton.


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  #2274811 11-Jul-2019 20:13
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Should be fine both ISPs have fantastic capacity national and international

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  #2274812 11-Jul-2019 20:14
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Sweet..didn't think it'd be a problem. Just need to move the wifes mobile across as well so I can get the additional discount :-)


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  #2274813 11-Jul-2019 20:16
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If you want the lowest latency, your only option is to use spark connection at home too.

In real life though, if it's just reviewing CCTV footage a few more ms of latency isnt going to matter.



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  #2274902 11-Jul-2019 23:09
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You shouldn't have any issues with using 2degrees at home, and Spark at work. Reviewing CCTV footage is not latency sensitive.





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