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Different packages?

Old dude

ULTIMATE Member
Ive been looking into IDnet, and it looks like I will choose them when I move house.

However, I did notice one thing.

On all the packages, it says no traffic shaping/port throttling.

However, on the home supermax package it says:

Even higher speeds especially at peak times. Ideal for gaming etc.
So does that mean its just on a different pipe?

Im assuming the pay as you go package will be suitable for gaming, although I dont plan to do much, if any.

Also, how are things at IDnet?
 

Mel

ULTIMATE Member
Their Supermax package is "Up to 832 Kbps* upload speed" so its an adsl Max Premium service, so the traffic has a higher priority on BT's network.
 
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