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    'Hitting a million' news article question

    This is a discussion on 'Hitting a million' news article question within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by dholdi Same as rich, i believe it is coming, but i'm one of the ones that the ...

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      Re: 'Hitting a million' news article question

      Quote Originally Posted by dholdi View Post
      Same as rich, i believe it is coming, but i'm one of the ones that the original fimware has worked perfectly for.
      Rumour has it, before Christmas this year.
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      Re: 'Hitting a million' news article question

      Quote Originally Posted by bjs2007uk View Post

      I dont know if its just me but I haven't heard many negative comments about other ISP's with regards to disconnections. Sky customer service have said to me its because most other ISP's only offer up to 2mb broadband, which doesnt disconnect much because its slow. They said anything above 2mb starts to cause problems. I think thats a bit annoying really because not everyone understands about wiring in their house to improve the connection reliability/prevent errors on the line, they would just see it as a very unreliable service. I am starting to think maybe its down to Sky's router etc that causes the frequent disconnections. Anyone agree or disagree with me?
      This is quite true because when I first took the ADSL MAX product from BT I got constant disconnects for the first few months. OK it was maybe twice a week and not the daily disconnect that Sky does, but it did settle down although with a reduction in speed.
      Post Sky DLM and after some cowboy contracters and BT ruined my line quality (was 6mb pre DLM):


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