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Topic: Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey
Posted by: Nigel Brooks
Date/Time: 21/04/15 15:22:00

George, wireless or cable connection?

If the former 'stop' you wireless adaptor and restart it if the latter (actually in both cases) turn off the HH. Leave it off to allow the connection to decay and then restart.

If you still have issues and are 100% sure that it is not your equipment ask for a Boost Engineer visit. If BT find a fault with your wiring in the home or the your 'non-broadband' equipment they will charge you a ludicrous 129.99 hence the need to check before you call.

I had a Boost visit and they found three defective cable joints between my home and the cabinet. Speed increased from 8MB/sec to 33 Mb/sec almost instantly and no further problems.


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BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 12:37:00 George Turner
   Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 12:48:00 Bob Guyett
   Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 13:17:00 Iris Hill
      Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 13:45:00 Andy Pease
         Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 14:04:00 Julian Pavey
            Re:Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 15:08:00 Brian Coyle
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 15:12:00 Pete Mayes
   Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 15:22:00 Nigel Brooks
      Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 16:08:00 George Turner
         Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 16:09:00 George Turner
         Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey21/04/15 16:35:00 Nigel Brooks
            Re:Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey22/04/15 10:18:00 George Turner
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:BT broadband connection goes flakey22/04/15 15:49:00 Nigel Brooks

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