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Standard User Licus
(newbie) Fri 18-Dec-20 20:31:51
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Changing address speed issues

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Hello, im about to change my address but when I call my providers I`ve been told that my speed will fall from 60mb to 2mb(!) due to high demand area and not enough capacity :X So when I ask is there something I can do, like apply or alternative network they told me I have to wait or use a mobile router with 200gb of capacity wich is ridicilous. Im willing to pay significant amount of money to apply for that fibre or some kind of satelite internet maybe? Its about SY112DS area wich is good and expensive im shocked :X

Edited by Licus (Fri 18-Dec-20 20:34:48)

Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 18-Dec-20 23:37:48
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Re: Changing address speed issues

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Over phone network..

FTTC cabinet is in waiting list stage due to being at capacity in one of several respects. How long to fix is unknown.

You could order ADSL2+ with speeds in the 5 to 12 Mbps in the mean time.

4G mobile - does three have a service as they do unlimited data, and you can get unlimited data on other networks

Satellite given the ADSL2+ speeds I would not bother with.

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