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Hwalker1
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Have you BT Sport guys thought about the reduced bandwidth you are causing others to get?

Since the introduction of BT Sport, my already slow line has dropped in speed by 50%, so I will be unable to watch it even if I wanted to do.

BT should get their supply chain problems sorted before overloading it with this inessential item.

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Re: Have you BT Sport guys thought about the reduced bandwidth you are causing others to get?

The introduction of BT sports shouldn't have this effect on your broadband. Have you looked at other reason?
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Distinguished Sage
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Re: Have you BT Sport guys thought about the reduced bandwidth you are causing others to get?


@Hwalker1 wrote:

Since the introduction of BT Sport, my already slow line has dropped in speed by 50%, so I will be unable to watch it even if I wanted to do.

BT should get their supply chain problems sorted before overloading it with this inessential item.


you posted on the adsl speed/conenction board and were offered help by john46 but you have never replied and posted the information requested.  This may help you get a better conenction speed but need more information



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Re: Have you BT Sport guys thought about the reduced bandwidth you are causing others to get?

BT Sport (and the other multicast channels) are carried over separate fibre's to the rest of the Internet traffic.