Okay her goes,
When I originally looked (months ago) the speeds were quoted as available after checks as 72.9 download /19.2 upload. Now the BT box outside is like 30/45 seconds from me so I thought it'd be close to that. BTW I have a wired connection and anyhow the original speed tests are from my phone number. Hub 4 / whatever modem was supplied when started.
The reality is like 59.2 download / 16.3 upload via BT tested just now. The reality is normally more like 34.5 download / 12 upload when done with the BT man in 'Bangalore'! I do these tests at circa 2am plus as I work strange hours so would expect more like the speeds quoted.
I feel as just about the time I signed up with BT Broadband I should have really gone to Virgin as all other operators have to use BT wholesale. Virgin just installed lines after I signed with BT.
Maybe the honourable people [sic] at BT might themselves like to make comment - probably not, smirking or oblivious to the fact that they simply 'lied' to me?
(non too impressed)
Can you run this checker and post back a screen shot of the results?
And use this speed tester then carry out the further diagnostics and post back a screen shot of all the results including your IP profile for up and down?
If you have a HH5 you can see your line stats in troubleshooting/helpdesk
This may work http://bthomehub.home/index.cgi?active_page=9140&active_page_str=page_hdesk&req_mode=1&mimic_button_...
You may need to log on using the password on the card in the back of the homehub.
Can you post lines 1-13 of your line stats please?
Walking! No need for the additional comments at all is there? I simply walk to a tube station and on arriving at the box it's like 30 seconds away! It's a grey / green box standing on the pavement with no markings on it. When I enquired initially BT said 92.7 potential download, they knew my address and postcode - how did they do that I wonder? Did they just think, hey, 100 but take a bit off to make him happy and content (and blatantly lie by doing that)?
Your response is utterly negative.
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