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New 1000 and 2000 home accounts ...

in reference to the new home 1000 and 2000 accounts :

whats the upstream on these ?
is it just the standard 256kbps ?

Thanks,

David
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RE: New 1000 and 2000 home accounts ...

> in reference to the new home 1000 and 2000 accounts :
>
> whats the upstream on these ?
> is it just the standard 256kbps ?
>
> Thanks,
>
> David

Hi David,
My guess is that the upstream Kbps will be half the downstream speed, so for example the 1000 upstream is likley to be 512Kbps & the 2000 is likley to be 1024Kbps.




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RE: New 1000 and 2000 home accounts ...

> > in reference to the new home 1000 and 2000 accounts :
> >
> > whats the upstream on these ?
> > is it just the standard 256kbps ?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > David
>
> Hi David,
> My guess is that the upstream Kbps will be half the downstream speed, so for example the 1000 upstream is likley to be 512Kbps & the 2000 is likley to be 1024Kbps.
>
>
>
>
>
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>


I believe that its still 256Kbps upload

Darren
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RE: New 1000 and 2000 home accounts ...

> My guess is that the upstream Kbps will be half the downstream speed, so for example the 1000 upstream is likley to be 512Kbps & the 2000 is likley to be 1024Kbps.
Hi there,
Currently, every ADSL account available to ISPs from BT is limited to 256kbps upstream. This is a limitation in the product set BT offer and will hopefully be addressed with future BT developments (BT are currently trialling SDSL with synchronous upload/download rates).
Regards,
Mike
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