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  Reply # 1680797 1-Dec-2016 17:27
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Sounddude:

 

 

Sideface: <snip> 1. evening performance (esp. overseas)

 

 

<snip> Considering who owns Orcon and their core business, I wouldn't see this as a problem anymore.

 

 

Agreed. You obviously didn't see my last post (yesterday).  





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  Reply # 1697898 3-Jan-2017 16:00
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Sideface:

 

Omen:

 

<snip>

 

Why is Orcon bad for fibre compared to spark?

 

 

1. evening performance (esp. overseas)
2. customer service

 

 

You sir are not wrong. They switched us over to a new plan since the old one isn't available anymore. Since then I've been experiencing incredible slowdown during the evening (especially during raiding times - wow player) I've called them up about 5 times, they've done a full investigation and found nothing wrong, refuse to admit to anything at all.

 

I will be switching ISP as soon as I can.


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