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Topic # 89537 4-Sep-2011 19:29
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I'm wondering whether any other Orcon user is experiencing very slow speeds when surfing TradeMe, especially noticeable when viewing photos.  

I never had any TradeMe speed issues with TelecomNZ.


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  Reply # 516559 4-Sep-2011 20:05
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I doesn't seem to be particually slow for me. Chrome sometimes lags between pics but I am pretty sureit has nothing to do with internet.



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  Reply # 516563 4-Sep-2011 20:22
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As I normally use Chrome, I decided to try Firefox & Safari to see if they were any better, but no the appalling lag between photos is still there.   As I said in my original post,  I did not notice any issues with that until I switched this week to Orcon...

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  Reply # 516582 4-Sep-2011 21:26
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OK maybe it is Orcon related. I have only been with Orcon so have no experience with other ISPs.....

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  Reply # 516664 5-Sep-2011 08:54
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Been fine for me over the weekend on orcon Genius.




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