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Anyone got bt infinity?

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Getting bt infinity soon and was wondering what peoples views are? I'm particularly interested in the pings as i'm a big online gamer. I've tried to look for info but not finding much, cheers.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
It's VDSL but it's not asynchronous I don't think, anyways it should be similar to cable.
#3
had it for about 2 months, 40 mb download and 10 mbs upload on the ethernet wire. Good service for me its good.
#4
aye been reading about it so know about the in's and out's of it all, but was just worried about ping and stability. cant get cable where i am so its my only choice for good speeds.

longbow whats your ping like?
banned#5
40MB download. Oh man. I get 5MB at most. I can only imagine how fast 40meg must be! I have just been on the BT site but alas, no Infinity in our area yet. Has it rolled out to many places in the UK yet?
#6
longbowassassin
had it for about 2 months, 40 mb download and 10 mbs upload on the ethernet wire. Good service for me its good.

how much does that cost you?
#7
i think i got lucky as i live in NI and we're usually the last to get stuff but NI investment of some sort put up 50million for the rollout so even rural areas are getting it here. i wouldnt even have known it was in my area only saw bt infinity on tv and thought i'd check.
#8
its 19.99 for option 1, 40 gig cap and 2mb upload

24.99 for option 2, 10mb upload, 300gig FUP
#9
I recommend using as much Ethernet wired connections as possible, a 54g router can't be 54mbit outside of lab conditions, 10-20mbit is more realistic but also unlikely across the average usage which is more like 5-10mbit.

To see if/when you are getting FTTC/P:
http://maps.thinkbroadband.com/

Edited By: schizoboy on Oct 26, 2010 17:52: .
#10
10ms.
#11
i'd give my left nut for that ping
#12
mcnally32
i'd give my left nut for that ping


Unless you are downloading alot you should get something close?
#13
schizoboy
mcnally32
i'd give my left nut for that ping


Unless you are downloading alot you should get something close?


i don't have infinity yet mate, just waiting on it being installed. My current ping on orange broadband is around 270.
#14
mcnally32
schizoboy
mcnally32
i'd give my left nut for that ping


Unless you are downloading alot you should get something close?


i don't have infinity yet mate, just waiting on it being installed. My current ping on orange broadband is around 270.


That's worse than dialup
either something is very broken you could easily call Orange and quote the sales of goods act saying the service is not fit for purpose or something IS downloading alot.
#15
This is how bad our internet is... http://www.speedtest.net/result/1005816493.png

we aren't getting it.
#16
CoolBeanz
This is how bad our internet is... http://www.speedtest.net/result/1005816493.png

we aren't getting it.


wow thats bad, same upload as me though, just i get 6mb download
#17
mcnally32
CoolBeanz
This is how bad our internet is...[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> http://www.speedtest.net/result/1005816493.png

we aren't getting it.


wow thats bad, same upload as me though, just i get 6mb download

I live in Norwich. To download an album it takes 40 minutes. A movie 2 hours.

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