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    Am I getting the right speeds from a Max package?

    This is a discussion on Am I getting the right speeds from a Max package? within the Speed tests and how to get better results forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; not sure if this the right place but here we go line att13.5/up 8.7 noise6.3/7.0 speed downstream14425kbs up574kbs am getting ...

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      Re: Am I getting the right speeds from a Max package?

      not sure if this the right place but here we go line att13.5/up 8.7 noise6.3/7.0 speed downstream14425kbs up574kbs am getting the best i can re speed?


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      Re: Am I getting the right speeds from a Max package?

      If I've read your stats correctly, with an attenuation of 13.5db you have the potential to get 16000kbps. But 14425kbps is pretty close already!

      If you want to see the maximum you can easily get from your line you need to run a test by plugging your router into the test socket which you'll find behind the faceplate of your master socket (assuming you have an NTE5).

      If you get a higher connection speed then this is what you could expect after fitting a replacement filtered faceplate.

     

     
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