on 27-09-2009 07:40 PM
Agree about O2, but BE states.....
Hoping this means no throttling....... also heard that BE is the ISP of choice for heavy downloaders.....
Not that that I have any imperical evidence.... but as some ppl have said already, SKY Connect is terrible, so hopefully making a good move going to BE.
on 27-09-2009 09:30 PM
on 28-09-2009 12:00 PM
okay to start of....when you go on the internet / requesting a webpage / file etc..... then your pc / ps3 etc will sent data as big as the file your requesting..meaning if your getting a 5mb file your pc or ps3 sent 5mb data that comes back with your requested 5mb (nothing with p2p here)... the EA server distributes the data on PSN as p2p... my m8`s ISP closed all hes access to the EA servers do to this.... he cant play any EA games at all online..Message Edited by T-e-X on 27-09-2009 04:07 PM
Sorry, I don't quite understand what you are saying there (and that may be just me! :-) ). Are you saying when you request a 5mb file you SEND 5mb or YOU ARE SENT 5mb? The latter is true but I don't believe the former is.
Also, the Sky Connect package is where they don't have their own (LLU) equipment in an exchange and is subject to a lot more restrictions than Sky's packages using their own kit. For more info on Sky BB theskyuser forum is very good over at www.skyuser.co.uk
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