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Speeding up the Internet

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pumpanje penisa We are currently keep getting asked how can we speed up our Internet on old circuits and believe you me, we currently have over 500+ connections which we review the Exchanges and Cabinets to see if we can upgrade your circuit to FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) as soon as possible.  Sometimes this is the simplest thing to do, other times we have to think clever.  First thing we do is look at when (if ever) your exchange is going to be upgrade to FTTC, if it isn’t going to be upgraded within the next 12 months then we look at alternatives, such as Duel Wan, Bonded, 4G / Satellite or Lease Line.  Sometimes we even Switch Providers within House  as certain Suppliers we use do certain type of circuits compared to others.  As the End User, you still deal with our Trained In House Staff, but we deal with all of the Migration.

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menyra e seksit Draytek Connections 2Two ADSL’s Internet Working independently but Load Balancing at Router Level.

najlepsi plasticky chirurg prs na slovensku Bonded Internet Diagram Bonding the Two ADSL Lines to give Potentially Double Upload / Download.

Productsheet Images Internet Connect DiverseLease Line with an ADSL Backup with speeds from 10Mbps to 1Gbps.

 

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Virgin Media blames scruffy students for HUGE drop in cable subscribers

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Virgin Media reported flat second quarter revenue this morning as it presented its first results since falling into the clutches of US cable giant Liberty Global.

The telco attributed its tiny 0.6 per cent sales growth (£1.03bn) during the period ended 30 June to VM’s decision to jack up prices for its cable business earlier this year.

But the company suffered a dip in its mobile division, where revenue fell nearly six per cent to £124m compared with £131.8m for the same quarter a year earlier.

Virgin Media’s non-cable unit – which now comprises 168,600 ADSL subscribers – unsurprisingly stumbled a massive 20.7 per cent to £14.6m from £18.4m in 2012.

Its business segment also took a battering: revenue slipped more than 11 per cent to £147.5m compared with £166m during last year’s Q2. Virgin Media partly blamed the drop on a decline in voice sales and some contract renegotiation with partners.

Peter Kelly has been poached from Vodafone to take charge of Virgin Media Business. He will replace the unit’s interim managing director Tony Grace, who returns to his previous job as chief operating officer of that division.

As for its consumer base, Virgin Media said it had lost 23,500 “customer relationships” in the quarter – by which it means “customer accounts”, a number reflecting the number of users on its books, regardless of the type or number of services they consume. That’s a big leap from 2012’s second quarter figures, when 14,700 customers unhooked from the service provider.

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