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Iknowyourusername
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100MB vs 80MB

Hello,

 

I have just noticed that with the 80MB Deal you get Upton 20MB upload speeds but with the 100MB you only get upto 15Mb uploads speeds why is this? I thought the 100MB deal would be better over all seeing as it is FTTH.

 

Thanks.

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Distinguished Sage
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Re: 100MB vs 80MB

it is due to the way the network is configured
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D-ave
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Re: 100MB vs 80MB

If there's a pricing anomaly though, which I suspect there is, it needs explaining and rectifying by BT in the short term, pending the future changes e.g. 300Mbps FTTP upgrade. Perhaps it has been explained to FTTP customers, I don't know.

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Guru
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Re: 100MB vs 80MB

I actually thought that FTTP was changed to 100/30MB.
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puratech
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Re: 100MB vs 80MB

As a FTTP customer, it hasnt been explained D-ave, but i wish they would.

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D-ave
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Re: 100MB vs 80MB


@puratech wrote:

As a FTTP customer, it hasnt been explained D-ave, but i wish they would.



These huge communications companies never seem to learn the basics of how to...  communicate. They have customers sitting out there being unnecessarily irritated by the pricing anomaly, and all for the sake of a ten minute exercise in communication - an 'update' email to all FTTP customers.

 

And when they do bother to email you, they don't always remember to check your email preferences to ensure that you actually get to see the email (e.g. the SamKnows emails recently).

 

It really is pathetic.

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