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    Max service

    This is a discussion on Max service within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I moved from BT to Sky about 6 weeks ago and went for the Mid service. It took me 5 ...

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      Max service

      I moved from BT to Sky about 6 weeks ago and went for the Mid service. It took me 5 weeks to get a compatible service as the wireless range was much worse than my old BT Router - I ended up purchasing a new aerial and 2 Access Points at a cost of around 60. Anyway, other than that the service has been good and I'm now considering moving to Max - bit of a pain as I paid the conenction fee for Mid!

      According to the ADSL2 test I should be able to get it, my exchange is less than 700m away - my question, is it worth it just for general surfing? I don't download much so won't get the benefit there.


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      Re: Max service

      Max will be no faster for general surfing.

     

     

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