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Standard User Adsl24
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 22-Dec-11 15:14:58
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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Out of interest can you PM me your postcode so I can do a check?

James
ADSL24 Broadband
http://adsl24.co.uk
Standard User InQ
(member) Thu 22-Dec-11 15:18:32
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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PM sent.

My bad, i thought ADSL24 used TT LLU.
Standard User ibk68
(newbie) Thu 22-Dec-11 16:15:03
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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Xilo seems like a decent package.

All that i require it seems and includes line rental at £26.54 on the Talk Surf Pro 50Gb.


I have been on Xilo Talk Surf 50 for over a year. The connection has been stable almost all of the time. Support has been second to none when I had internal wiring problems.
Cost of phone calls is also very inexpensive compared to others. I do not have Pro and to be honest, I don't see any need for it and talk surf is a few pounds cheaper.

Prior to moving to LLU, my sync speeds were all over the place due to frequent re-syncs and BT profiling. It is now a rare occurence for my modem to re-sync.

On Xilo/TalkTalk LLU, the ISP can manually set the target SNR and if your line is stable this can give you an increase in sync speed.

The only possible problem could be if at some time you want to return to a BT line.


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Standard User InQ
(member) Fri 23-Dec-11 10:02:10
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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Do I need a MAC code to move to a LLU provider?
I am currently with Zen on a ADSLMax package via the BT IPStream network.
Standard User uno
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 23-Dec-11 10:07:52
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To move to a bundled service, no, you don't but for broadband-only, you do.

Matt

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uno Broadband
t: 0808 221 8642
Official Maidenhead, Milton Keynes & Manchester Speedtest.net Host
Standard User InQ
(member) Fri 23-Dec-11 10:14:41
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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OK, so not required for your Talk Surf/Talk Surf Pro phone+BB product line?
Standard User uno
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 23-Dec-11 10:16:34
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That's correct.

Matt

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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Fri 23-Dec-11 13:33:05
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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No risk of a Broadband Cease Charge from Zen? (I know you handle these things correctly but not all do. I always advise getting a MAC anyway, so the losing ISP is aware something may happen).

My broadband basic info/help site - www.robertos.me.uk
My domains,website and mail hosting - Tsohost. Internet connection - IDNet Home Starter Fibre. Live BQM.

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Standard User 4M2
(experienced) Fri 06-Jan-12 17:17:16
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Re: Talk Talk LLU reseller - recommendations required


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Switched to Uno SMPF (Pro 24 75GB - TTB) today and so far both upload and download speeds are excellent: sync 1022/13979, atten 20.5/36.5, sn margin 10/6; up throughput 800Kbps average (28MB video file to Vimeo, New York) down ~12Mbps (TBB Speed Test)

All thanks to Matt (uno) smile
Standard User InQ
(member) Fri 06-Jan-12 17:31:49
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In reply to a post by 4M2:
Switched to Uno SMPF (Pro 24 75GB - TTB) today and so far both upload and download speeds are excellent: sync 1022/13979, atten 20.5/36.5, sn margin 10/6; up throughput 800Kbps average (28MB video file to Vimeo, New York) down ~12Mbps (TBB Speed Test)

All thanks to Matt (uno) smile


Sounds good. I'm signed up for their TalkSurfPro 50Gb, going live on 17th Jan.
What line stats did you have before? (hopefully ADSL1 stats)
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