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    max or mid?

    This is a discussion on max or mid? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; dont forget mid is only 40gb cap so that is part of the attraction of having max unlimited no cap ...

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      Re: max or mid?

      dont forget mid is only 40gb cap so that is part of the attraction of having max unlimited no cap

      sorry if this has been said before


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      Re: max or mid?

      Quote Originally Posted by redgaz26 View Post
      thanks i think i'll give them a phone, no point paying £10 a month if i can't reach the speed!!!!!!
      Did you read the replies?

      If you sort your line problems out you could connect at ~15000kbps and download at ~12750kbps.

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      Re: max or mid?

      Sky don't allow anyone to downgrade within the contract period...you can, however, upgrade at any time. tight, i know, but we've all been told not to downgrade anyone. I don't agree with it

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      Re: max or mid?

      Quote Originally Posted by IAmNotTheEnemy View Post
      Sky don't allow anyone to downgrade within the contract period...you can, however, upgrade at any time. tight, i know, but we've all been told not to downgrade anyone. I don't agree with it
      your right just off the phone to sky 'there's no way of downgrading your broadband' was there reply!

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      Re: max or mid?

      I'd get your current 1 fixed, you're not on ADSL2+ but are in fact ADSL, phone up CS and inform them that you're on the wrong profile because you could get a LOT higher than what you have.

      why they put good lines on ADSL1 for Max is beyond me
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      Re: max or mid?

      they told me i should only be getting 4mb and were suprised at what i was getting!
      i sometimes wonder who they have working for them?
      if they think i'm only on 4mb surely they can see there's no way i should be on max?
      sometimes i think i should have stayed with virgin lol

     

     
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