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Standard User imbsuk
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 30-Jan-17 20:05:05
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Re: Does my destiny lie with TalkTalk?


[re: 23Prince] [link to this post]
 
I have fibre but my connection is rather abysmal. Something like 8mbit/3.5mbit if I'm lucky.

I'll look into that. I do notice that if I wanted an extra upload I'd only have to pay an extra 5£ for 80/20. Worth considering also.

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Standard User imbsuk
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 30-Jan-17 20:12:05
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Re: Does my destiny lie with TalkTalk?


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Here is my 'superfast' broadband.

http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest/results.html...

5. DSL uptime: 0 days, 11:29:18
6. Data rate: 800 / 14338
7. Maximum data rate: 4888 / 22480
8. Noise margin: 16.3 / 11.4
9. Line attenuation: 32.2 / 28.9
10. Signal attenuation: 32.5 / 25.4

I'm also getting the problem again where using the phone disconnects the broadband. It will be literally the 5th time we'll have called the engineer out over the past 3 years. They twiddle their thumbs, umm and ahh - bewildered, eventually fix it, and then invariably, it all goes belly up in 6 months time.

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Standard User mr_flibbles_twin
(committed) Wed 15-Feb-17 17:13:27
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Re: Does my destiny lie with TalkTalk?


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In reply to a post by 23Prince:
Hi,

I am on Talk Talk Business at the moment, I would recommend them if you fancy paying the extra £5 it's £45.85 a month with the VAT. You get unlimited landline and mobile calls built in and because it's business 7 day support and higher priority on the network than residential.

Just a suggestion. There are lots of other good providers for broadband, not sure about the international calls bit.

What does your line say at the checker? ( https://www.dslchecker.bt.com/ )



Can you get more than 2mbps up?



But do you need to run a business to sign up?


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