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    What speeds would I get if I were to switch?

    This is a discussion on What speeds would I get if I were to switch? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I'm using an old BT voyager 105 and I'm with Nildram till they switch sky on, Thursday....

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      I'm using an old BT voyager 105 and I'm with Nildram till they switch sky on, Thursday.


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      So I should get a good speed? Yay.

      A couple more questions though, what kind of services does sky block? Do they block online gaming? Bittorent / P2P? What ports do they block?


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      If Sky want to keep the users who've already ordered max then they shouldn't be blocking anything, except ports which will be used for spam/viruses. They don't mention anything about blocking p2p usage, they just advise you not to use it too much

     

     
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