UNLIMITED TPG Plan & New TPG ADSL2+ Plans and

Discussion in 'Networking, Telephony & Internet' started by Fatmantan, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. doodz

    doodz Member

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    I still love tpg!

    Best value ISP!
    Months:
    1st: 3TB
    2nd: 3.5TB
    3rd: 2.8TB
    4th: 2.5TB

    No disconnections at all too!

    This is my modem stats:


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    Fatmantan

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    I hate you! :p
     
  3. BuuBox

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    TPG cannot control bandwidth to RIMs.

    Stop trolling... :thumbup:
     
  4. $3@N

    $3@N (Banned or Deleted)

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    He has 55 phone lines, besides i cbf helping him out as he keeps on locking me out of class.
     
  5. raX

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    20kB/s in peak time is caused by having 8mbit of backhaul from the rim.

    1 phone line or 200 phone lines, the result will be the same..
     
  6. s3kemo

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    If you act in person how you act on the forums, I'd lock you out permanently.

    Sidenote, also if you're so quick to blame TPG then I wouldn't want your troubleshooting help either.
     
  7. doodz

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  8. raX

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    22.6mbit @ 30db..how the fuck.
     
  9. martino

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    22.5mbps @ 29db on a nice clean line - sure why not?

    I note the SNR margin is running at 5db - I'd guess the poster has been tweaking SNR/coding gain on the modem to sacrifice stabilty for more bandwidth.
     
  10. doodz

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    Nope didnt change anythign at all on the modem. Just asked TPG to change me to the highest profile speed.

    This was after I got a cabler in to resolder the joints at the MDF piller (8 joints), remove the rust from the pillar connectors and put in new wire from Pillar A to Pillar B of MDF.

    This is the other TPG connections in the area and unit.
    Im the red one. Shows more details regarding the dBA's also.

    The downstream SNR changes from 5-6dBA


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    :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

    Get full speed 24/7 also. Just hit over 91hrs.
    This is in addition to having a cordless connected to the modem for PSTN passthrough.
    Best $400 modem I spent! + the $175 for refix the MDF cables.
     
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  11. the_pessimist

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    my snr is like 6.7-6.9 loll. only getting 15-16mps these days down from 17-19mbps.

    can't wait for fibre...
     
  12. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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  13. Hive

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  14. BuuBox

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  15. _the_duke_

    _the_duke_ (Taking a Break)

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    Which sucks.

    I'm staying on the 180GB (uploads not counted plan) forever! :leet:
     
  16. Hive

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    That's pretty silly
     
  17. Reaper

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    After seeing those new plans (ALL of them uploads count), I agree. I'm staying on the 180/$49 plan. And I just changed to it last wednesday too.
     
  18. _the_duke_

    _the_duke_ (Taking a Break)

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    Hey Dadelaide
    A shit load of exchanges now support Unlimited @ $75 per month.

    Chuck your phone number in to to see if yours does.

    http://tpg.com.au/products_services/adsl2plus_pricing.php
     
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  20. FatBoyNotSoSlim

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    To the people worried about counted uploads, don't forget to check out the Business plans. :thumbup:

    The 7am/7pm shaping cycle takes a little bit to get used to, but considering most stuff worth download can be down in peak hours, it saves many from needing to have a machine on overnight for offpeak downloading.
     

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