I'd love the homehub 4, but my HH3 is chugging along nicely...
I've been pleased overall with BT. Never had a reason to complain. I do prefer my sky line though...
It could be that your line developed a fault during the changeover period and it was all purely coincidence or just some BT specific equipment at fault.
I wouldn't be shocked if the fault followed you unless you go for LLU (still might follow you, just a tad less likely)
Really without seeing stats etc its hard to determine.
Just wondering. Are you in the master socket?
I would strongly strongly suggest you try the following
Plug the router into the test socket
This is behind the faceplate of the master socket
See here https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=test+socket&ie=UTF...
Give it a go with just the router plugged in here via a filter.
Also to rule it out use a different filter
This MIGHT solve your issue & would indicate poor extension wiring.
BT might have used ADSL 2+ whereas IDNET may have used D.gmt (I can't tell as obviously you're no longer with them). Adsl 2+ picks up interference more. IDNETs setup was probably just masking the fault.
Edited by ukhardy07 (Thu 25-Jul-13 12:29:11)