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Anyone on NTL Broadband?



 
 
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Old December 28th 05, 04:29 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Toni C
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Default Anyone on NTL Broadband?

My brother is on NTL cable broadband. Since they upgraded to 10MB, he's
experienced intermittent connections. Tonight, it seems to have died
altogether. Anyone had a similar problem? He's in the Berkshire area.

Just checking incase the problem is at his end.

Just wondering if anyone might be on a dial-up backup if the lot has gone
down :-)

Thanks.


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Old December 28th 05, 10:02 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
The Caretaker
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Default Anyone on NTL Broadband?

Toni C wrote:
My brother is on NTL cable broadband. Since they upgraded to 10MB, he's
experienced intermittent connections. Tonight, it seems to have died
altogether. Anyone had a similar problem? He's in the Berkshire area.

Just checking incase the problem is at his end.

Just wondering if anyone might be on a dial-up backup if the lot has gone
down :-)


I used to be when in Nottingham. The NTL service status pages are
pretty up to date so check there first.

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Old December 29th 05, 12:19 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Peter Lynch
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Default Anyone on NTL Broadband?

On 2005-12-28, The Caretaker wrote:
Toni C wrote:
My brother is on NTL cable broadband. Since they upgraded to 10MB, he's
experienced intermittent connections. Tonight, it seems to have died
altogether. Anyone had a similar problem? He's in the Berkshire area.

Just checking incase the problem is at his end.

Just wondering if anyone might be on a dial-up backup if the lot has gone
down :-)


I used to be when in Nottingham. The NTL service status pages are
pretty up to date so check there first.


NTL 10MB Marlow, Bucks. seems OK tonight (Wed, 28th)


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Old December 29th 05, 07:25 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Anyone on NTL Broadband?

Toni C wrote:

My brother is on NTL cable broadband. Since they upgraded to 10MB, he's
experienced intermittent connections. Tonight, it seems to have died
altogether. Anyone had a similar problem? He's in the Berkshire area.

Just checking incase the problem is at his end.

Just wondering if anyone might be on a dial-up backup if the lot has gone
down :-)

Thanks.



I've been with Cable London, bought out by Telewest, N4 area for years.
The whole area has been operating at 10kbits 3rd world modem speed
for the past 6 weeks on a supposedly 10mbit service. ****ing 'ell!!!
Its a 35 quid a month service. Management doesn't seem to know
how to fix even simple little problems or fill their franchise
contract obligations and still they get themselves a pat on the back as
a so called leading service provider.

I hear www.bethere.co.uk will be operating a 24mbit service in London N4
area in February for a lot less with 1mbyte uplink speed compared
to the 348kbyte max uplink speed... hehehehe... we shall soon see...


 




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