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Does anyone have this service? how do you find the speeds? 
I have had it for a few weeks now and its up and down to say the least, the router syncs at 81-86mbps but a speedtest online seems to be around 41Mbps using an ethernet cable 
I have contacted provider they seem fairly happy its fine..  link below to the latest speedtest 
https://manx.speedtestcustom.com/result/4ce0a490-3ec9-11e9-8134-a9bba1c902c8

any help in how to possibly sort this out would be great

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Doing better than that with 4G across. 

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If it's a constant speed rather than a snapshot and you've ruled out local causes, I'd be asking more questions of MT 

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what kind of local causes could it be? 
I 'am on sure, my phone line is also with sure so I guess they have to sort the issues out with the line 

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I am with Sure, on the same service as you. My router syncs at about 60mbps, and tests show usually about 50mbps download, and 10mbps upload. Try https://www.speedtest.net/ for your tests, rather than using a Manx Telecom speed check.

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Hi Rab 
will do, someone should be coming out the check the line, the line info on the router seems fine 

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200Mbps service - tends to peak around 175/180Mbps. I have a Draytek 2860, using the MT supplier Thomson as a modem.

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Service is reliable enough. Every so often it may get flaky, but getting a new WAN IP seems to fix it.

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4 hours ago, joeyconcrete said:

200Mbps service - tends to peak around 175/180Mbps. I have a Draytek 2860, using the MT supplier Thomson as a modem.

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Service is reliable enough. Every so often it may get flaky, but getting a new WAN IP seems to fix it.

Can I ask what you pay for that and is it unlimited ?

I assume that is fibre optic, not copper ?

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I 'am still waiting for MT to come round and test the line, it seems to drop around 4 times a day seems to happen more often at night

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