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  Reply # 579710 10-Feb-2012 13:09
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mikebails: So after being slowed down significantly for the last week, my speed are back to normal. Since I didn't do anything on my end when this happened I assume it was an issue on the Slingshot side?



Hard to say without looking into your account, PM them to me and ill see if anything was changed this end,

If it was just slow for a week then normal again it sounds like a throttle, Did you still have data available on your plan?

Cheers,
Joe.




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  Reply # 580664 13-Feb-2012 08:44
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my problem is now fixed! thanks Joe @ slingshot,. Awesome response and result

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 580666 13-Feb-2012 08:48
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 Well thanks to Joe at slingshot I have seen a vast improvement in speed and am able to watch streaming media once more.
Streaming media from rt and PressTV are working well.

Speedtest.net  Downloads12485 kb/s  Uploads 1047 kb/s Ping 17ms  Grade A- faster than 80% nz  .

Thanks again Joe

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  Reply # 582627 16-Feb-2012 23:57
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Speed has gone downhill over the last two weeks. I am on the 250GB plan. Seems to be bad regardless of peak/offpeak times. I am in Tauranga.

It is hard to explain but data graphs look like an (sort of) EKG graph




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Slingshot national

Download Speed: 1169 kps (146.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 907 kps (113.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
Packet Loss: 0 %
Jitter: 0 ms
Latency: 15 ms 
Test Server: nz-akl

Slingshot LAX

Download Speed: 1211 kps (151.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 735 kps (91.9 KB/sec transfer rate)
Packet Loss: 0 %
Test Server: us-la
 
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  Reply # 582644 17-Feb-2012 07:41
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Hey Camz,

Can you PM me your account details ill take a look,

Could be a simple fix.

Cheers.
Joe.      






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  Reply # 587551 27-Feb-2012 20:26
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Fixed couple of times but speeds don't last long falls back to slow speeds again be great if it could be permanent.


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