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    This is a discussion on even faster? within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Yes I suppose people's time will become so valuable that downloading a film in 3 mins rather than 10 mins ...

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      Re: even faster?

      Yes I suppose people's time will become so valuable that downloading a film in 3 mins rather than 10 mins will be really necessary.

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      Re: even faster?

      true for them but not for me not when you are downloading large files such as ISO's or VM's and uploading them etc....
      if only the property could be allowed to have a business internet line but not possible because its residential and prices would be far far higher than a residential broadband service.


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      Re: even faster?

      A business telephone and broadband package are priced higher for many reasons. Some of these include prompt responses should your connection fail, including during the weekend and compensation should your connection be down for a few hours.

      Should my broadband go down on a Saturday with Sky, the earliest I can expect BTO to turn up would likely be Tuesday and I'll be unlikely to get any money back for topping up my dongle or using my mobile, although I could try.

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      yeh I know residential suits me and to the extreme


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      Re: even faster?

      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      A business telephone and broadband package are priced higher for many reasons. Some of these include prompt responses should your connection fail, including during the weekend and compensation should your connection be down for a few hours.

      Should my broadband go down on a Saturday with Sky, the earliest I can expect BTO to turn up would likely be Tuesday and I'll be unlikely to get any money back for topping up my dongle or using my mobile, although I could try.
      My residential bb went down last Saturday and it was fixed Saturday tea time. I was compensated with 62p, lol.
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