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    Slow Download

    This is a discussion on Slow Download within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; @ theg33k Good point. Your awarded 2 gold **...

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      @ theg33k

      Good point.

      Your awarded 2 gold **
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      @Lawman

      Theres no need to for that kind of attitude

      I am on the Stanmore exchange and see no problems so as the theg33k said it could well be an exchange issue but hay if you don't want to call TS to see thats your choice.
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      @ Wheelie...

      No attitude was intended...there was a after my comment, meaning joke..
      so please look at your own.

      But as my speed seems to have picked up again this morning, no point ringing TS, I Wait to see if it happens again.
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      The (laugh) could also be considered an indication of what you think about the call backs or the failure of said call backs that have been reported on this forum hence my reply.
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      I don't personally think anything about the TS call backs,
      because they rarely happen !..

      However this is not the place to argue semantics
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      Agreed .
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      OK answers to questions:

      Both wired and wireless
      Downloads from various places but I use my own dedicated hosting servers as a stable benchmark because I can see if there are any network/connection issues.
      Multiple DNS servers are being used

      Got up this morning and things have got a bit better but still a long way off what I was getting when I first conencted to SKYBB.

      I will see how things go on today.

     

     
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