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I've heard of cases where people have moved from cheap budget ISPs to more expensive (niche) providers and actually found their connection worse wrt single thread speeds. Paying more might give you better support but won't guarantee you a better connection. If I was you I would stay with BT (if speeds are fine), better the devil you know and all that...
Possibly, but as I said earlier Iíve lost all my IPV6 on my line, BT donít officially support it for residential lines, thatís not very good service IMO and where the smaller companies come in and shine.
If you use the HH6 they do - I had it for ages on my line
It is working fine, I plugged my Smarthub back in the other evening and IPv6 was working fine... seems since my Google WFi did itís last update it has stopped IPV6 from working. I have a Draytek Vigor 130 too.
So Iíll need to think because no way Iím swapping my kit out, they made changes so IPv6 is disabled by default on PPPOE. Everything works and performs fine. May just forget about IPV6? Seems I should have thought of trying the old BT Hub first haha!
Iíll try a restore on my Google WFi still just to see.
But thanks for the update on the single thread performance, I will look more into IDNet in January, no point doing it now.
Iíll have to weigh up the pros and cons and compare pricing, Iím currently on 55/ 10 package, I was thinking of the 80/ 20 one.
As usual these things come down to value and price, but I think IDnet would be my choice of small ISP.