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  Reply # 775312 5-Mar-2013 22:10
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dspaceman:
linw: Seems like it is fixed now.



Speed is always great at this hour.
Wait till its 9pm, when it all goes to poo poo.


Absolutely correct! What a difference 12 hours makes.

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  Reply # 775340 5-Mar-2013 23:01
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Getting worse, keeps getting insanely slow to browse anything, then for a second it speeds up and speed tests are back to normal, then a minute later back to this.  Feels like they are throttling the living daylights out of this plan.
May as well tether my phone to the mac instead... And as usual, my local speeds are fine...





















 

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  Reply # 775344 5-Mar-2013 23:05
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A whole bunch of you should get together and meet Scott Bartlett, I'm sure he is into listening to customers and get things working reliably rather than going on some tangent in terms of a new glitzy product offering...





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  Reply # 775354 5-Mar-2013 23:14
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@orcon on twitter. bypass the pinoy and you'll be sorted quicksmart

have had to do this numerous times but at least it works

kamusta po!

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  Reply # 775358 5-Mar-2013 23:21
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Would be more helpful if you mentioned how

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  Reply # 775365 5-Mar-2013 23:35
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join twitter. search for orcon and post

or www.orcon.co.nz and click the twitter link. 

posting there gets a response pretty quick. quicker if you already have a job logged and you reference it.

orcon seriously need their own forum as i'm not sure all the complaints on such a public medium can be all that helpful. 

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  Reply # 775370 6-Mar-2013 00:20
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Orcon has really gone dud and they don't care as long as they are providing us with the minimum required speed.

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  Reply # 775380 6-Mar-2013 00:57
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  Reply # 775381 6-Mar-2013 01:10
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I'm getting full speed to california right now bizzarely, but I have my own thread about my own issue, which is the fact that full speed for me is only 2Mbps in the auckland CBD.

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  Reply # 776229 7-Mar-2013 13:53

Gaming seems to be better a bit more stable now
The streaming in 720p and 1080p is still bad.

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  Reply # 776271 7-Mar-2013 14:47

freitasm: Someone just got banned for using bad words.


Did I miss something? :s

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  Reply # 776344 7-Mar-2013 16:37
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The streaming in 720p and 1080p is still bad.


Are you able to give me some examples?

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  Reply # 776589 8-Mar-2013 06:11
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Up to 6pm gaming is fine for me on the Shore. I dont game much past that.

Just had the FW in the Genius upgraded and dropped 10ms ping to my game server in

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  Reply # 776598 8-Mar-2013 06:54

Sounddude:
The streaming in 720p and 1080p is still bad.


Are you able to give me some examples?


http://www.twitch.tv/

I watch League of Legends streams.

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