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Barry Moult

I'm not sure TSR is the answer, I recently contacted the CEO of a provider, when the upgrade to the local exchange reduced my download speed from a whopping 1.5 to 1.0 mb/s !! So much for the for the advertised 8 and 20 and now 40 mb/s. They need to put up or shut up.

IBB Solicitors

They definitely need to figure some way of living up to what they advertise. If it is impossible for them to deliver these speeds then they shouldn't be able to sell internet as those speeds.

khuyen mai

If it is impossible for them to deliver these speeds then they shouldn't be able to sell internet as those speeds

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