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Topic # 58365 10-Mar-2010 11:23
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im on orcon adsl2+ silver plan. before jan this yeat, i was getting 16-18Mb/s sync speed and a couple of dropouts per week and everything has been fast and stable for 2 yeats. I heared cabinets are intalled in forrest hill in the beginning of this year. first i started getting about 200 dropouts each day. then called orcon and they turned the interleaving on on my profile and this helped the number of dropouts reduced to 20-30. but still unacceptable. finally i called again and they said to change me to a safer profile. now im getting DL 7-8Mb/s sync and UL600-700kb/s but still on adsl2+ profile. i had 2 dropouts yesterday but the performance(slow, stable will see?, interleaving on) is a lots worse than before(fast and stable and interleaving off). my qustion is whether i should switch to telecom to get back to my old days?

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  Reply # 305922 10-Mar-2010 12:40
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What does http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/maps show for your address?

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  Reply # 305925 10-Mar-2010 12:43
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Actually no need for two threads imo, this discussion is already taking place here
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=49&topicid=58352



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  Reply # 305934 10-Mar-2010 13:01
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Ragnor: What does http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/maps show for your address?


im not in one of the purple area.

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