- Broadband cost and speeds
No, most of my estate is fed off one cab which has been upgraded to FTTC, but half of my street and a few other little bits are fed off a second cab and this presumably has been deemed uneconomical at present. A house opposite, and those about 5 doors down are fed off the enabled cab but not me! Sulk!
Its a bit of a poke in the eye as I have cabled other areas for FTTC. Fibre on demand is normally only offered when your cab is enabled for FTTC but there is no reason that they can’t feed me from the enabled cab, in fact it may be cheaper for the company to do fibre on demand to everyone rather than enable the existing cab seeing as it only serves a small number of users!Posted 4 years agomikewsmithSubscriber
between 1 & 6mb depending on how shonky the wires are and if the wind is blowing or it’s school holidays or the teenagers next door’s parents are out.
Pay 75AU$ for 200gb DL will be about the same for 100mb connection if the fibre gets up here need to pay a bit more for the 500gb DL if we want to stream everything.Posted 4 years agoDracSubscriber
BT here too switched last month for the unlimited they offer as the eldest is using a lot of bandwidth and I help with watching Sky on demand. Did it just in time as last month usage was 61gb with BT which is impressive as it was the 15th of the month that it became live.
The speed has improved too which is great, we’re due to Fibre from October so in about 6 months I hope to be on that.
Forgot the how much.
Currently I think it’s £25 but thanks to a wife who likes to talk I had an extra £18 in phone calls to pay for last month, so last night I added free evening and weekend calls for £2 per month.Posted 4 years agofootflapsSubscriber
Interesting, I’m on Virgin Media and using the Ookla speed test if I select a server hosted by Virgin I get close to the 20 Mb/s I’m paying for, but pick a 3rd party one and I get only 3 Mb/s.
I’m guessing Virgin are cheating and prioritising traffic to their test servers to make you think you’re getting what you pay for.
I’m paying £25/month for 20 Mb/s on Virgin cable.Posted 4 years ago
You must live over east and in a jig city zones? 4g worth it for you but living 60km from Perth, no chance for me
Yeah, not far from Adelaide CBD. But… I’m noticing getting 4G in all sorts of places when I’ve been travelling, and I know it’s now in quite a few of the towns in the hills. I guess more will be rolled out now the analogue TV spectrum’s been freed upPosted 4 years ago
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