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Is there a way of being uncapped?

connorrickk
Dabbler
Posts: 12
Registered: 30-05-2013

Is there a way of being uncapped?

Admittedly, I get 70+Mbps down and 15+Mbps up, But I can tell that my line can go higher, It increases to a point where it seems to be capped! Is there a way it can be uncapped at all? I have the need for speed! Tongue
Thanks in advance.  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Re: Is there a way of being uncapped?

How can you tell it can go higher
connorrickk
Dabbler
Posts: 12
Registered: 30-05-2013

Re: Is there a way of being uncapped?

On a speedtest, It always flies up to around 73-76 and almost sort of .... holds. The speed stays almost constant, I'm 20m from my cabinet and around 200m from my exchange, I just feel as if it could go higher, or am I just being optimistic? xD
Community Veteran
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Re: Is there a way of being uncapped?

Given that the product you are on is 80/20 you are stuck with the speeds
KevinA
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Registered: 07-02-2013

Re: Is there a way of being uncapped?

I'm surprised your not getting around 76+ regularly if your only 20m from the cabinet. What is your IP profile on the BT speed test.. I don't have the link as I'm posting via mobile phone.
mikehiow
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Registered: 17-03-2013

Re: Is there a way of being uncapped?

71-73 and 16-18 is about normal for an 80/20 sync, regardless of how far you are from the cabinet.