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  Reply # 170097 9-Oct-2008 10:45
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As for emailing or phoning the lovely people at Snap tech support.. that was what I did the first few weeks.
As you obviously acknowledge, Hads, having the same thing repeated over and over gets tiresome.

Fred




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  Reply # 172405 20-Oct-2008 22:35
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  Reply # 172654 21-Oct-2008 23:51
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Those of us on the Night Owl plan have been restricted to an absolute maximum speed of 1Mbit on our supposedly FS/128k plans.  This has been going on since late September (over a month now).  The last word I heard was that it will be fixed in November, but then again we have already been promised 'fixed by the end of the week' a number of weeks ago, so who knows if they will ever bother to fix it.

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