Now it seems they've given up. They say it's not their network (which seems reasonable because I don't see hoards of other IDNetters complaining). All they can suggest is congestion at the cabinet and that BT will do nothing about it until throughput drops below 12Mb/s.
To me this is ridiculous. I live in the middle of a housing estate so I struggle to see how cabinet congestion can be 24/7. Our exchange was only enabled two months ago. Also there's almost no variability. It's 30/10 all the time. Secondly things were fine until Tuesday the 19th. Are we to believe that everyone on my cabinet suddenly woke up Tuesday and decided to dedicate their lives to downloading stuff 24/7?
So my question is - where do I go from here? Apparently IDNet are powerless to do anything about it. I'm going to check with a neighbour this evening if they are in but is this really the bright new 80/20 future that BT had in mind? The fault threshold is only 1Mb/s higher than my old Be connection.
Just because he can
Edited by Andrue (Tue 26-Jun-12 12:12:12)