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    Sky throttling You Tube?

    This is a discussion on Sky throttling You Tube? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; You aren't on Sky mate. You are on BT Connect re-branded for Sky, doesn't take a genius to work that ...

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      Re: Sky throttling You Tube?

      You aren't on Sky mate. You are on BT Connect re-branded for Sky, doesn't take a genius to work that out either.


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      Re: Sky throttling You Tube?

      You're forgetting about all those companies that are trying to stop us watching Copyrighted stuff for nothing. Plus, I don't care what anyone says, I am completely convinced that these ISPs control your bandwidth.

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      Re: Sky throttling You Tube?

      Quote Originally Posted by poorbroadband View Post
      You're forgetting about all those companies that are trying to stop us watching Copyrighted stuff for nothing. Plus, I don't care what anyone says, I am completely convinced that these ISPs control your bandwidth.
      its already been established and proven in this thread that sky dont throttle youtube and nor do my isp. you however are on the connect package which is a completely different story

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      Re: Sky throttling You Tube?

      If anything google are the ones who are throttling bandwidth, they bought you tube up and they wonder why there is a massive bandwidth bill with no hope of making that sort of money with advertising.
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      Re: Sky throttling You Tube?

      Quote Originally Posted by poorbroadband View Post
      Btw Sky does throttle Youtube

      Edit: Doesn't take a genius to figure this out
      If it doesn't take a genius to figure it out, then prove to me beyond doubt that sky throttle youtube. I expect quite a lengthy, weighted reply, so I'll await anxiously.

     

     
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