24 meg broadband ADSL 2 now spanking areas in the South East

Monty Burns

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ocdwhiteboard

Active Member
just checked and they say they are looking to enable my exchange in manchester in Jan 06. :) :) :) :)
 

Ch0pper

Active Member
Be aware it's "up to 24Mbps" I'd wait 'til it's rolled out if I were you and see how people find it. I bet the average user won't get above 4Mbps with the initial demand they'll receive.
 

ajkgordon

Standard Member
Well, I've been on 8mb for the last year and am about to upgrade, FOC, to 20mb. The price? £10 per month. Neuf Telecom, France.
 

Ferry

Standard Member
All I can say is "my arse". Wait and see how it works in the real world, nowhere near as advertised I'd bet. Sounds like another Bulldog
 

ocdwhiteboard

Active Member
All I can say is "my arse". Wait and see how it works in the real world, nowhere near as advertised I'd bet. Sounds like another Bulldog

in fairness my bulldog connection has been superb from day one and I nearly always max it out when downloading. Not everyone's experience but for me its been great.

EDIT - what a great way to celebrate my 1000th post! :rolleyes:
 

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
Ferry said:
All I can say is "my arse". Wait and see how it works in the real world, nowhere near as advertised I'd bet. Sounds like another Bulldog

It has to work as advertised. You may not get the maximum bandwidth but maybe thats because of contention ;)

As the user above says, it just depends on if your luck.
 

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