john46
Distinguished Sage
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Message 11 of 15

Re: P2P throttling

your download speed will most likely be improved if you try the speedtest using a wired connection
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stanway
Contributor
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Message 12 of 15

Re: P2P throttling

Well i use utorrent 24/7 and i have been having problems with infinity 80/20, only been getting 6 mbps uploads so have been factory resetting hh3 regularly, when i do so torrents downloads drop down to 10 to 15 kbps, the only way i can get my speeds back up is to port forward on my hh3, also on utorrent untick enable UPnp port mapping, and put protocol encryption to forced, this works for me, so i call that throttling.  

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pricew1970
Aspiring Contributor
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Message 13 of 15

Re: P2P throttling

My infinity service was unthrottled but a few days ago the throttle was applied, I have called the helpline and was passed around three operators for over 3hrs, not one even understood what I was telling them. They took three hours to agree I actually had a contract with them, Utterly useless !! I asked for a UK helpline and they gave me another number...I called this morning and it went back to India !!! I hung up....I now have no idea what to do ...DISGUSTED....
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stanway
Contributor
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Message 14 of 15

Re: P2P throttling

Cancel your direct debit they will soon be in touch.

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Messenger
Aspiring Contributor
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Message 15 of 15

Re: P2P throttling

I knew BT would go back on their word of truly unlimited.

 

5 months & counting before i can leave BT forever....

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