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    Faceplate help

    This is a discussion on Faceplate help within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; i also found this Mode:G.DMT i thought it would be ADSL2+???...

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      Re: Faceplate help

      i also found this

      Mode:G.DMT i thought it would be ADSL2+???


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      Re: Faceplate help

      As I posted in one of you other threads you are on the wrong package for that you need to be on Max for the top speeds.
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