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  1. My peak hour speed: Way faster than smart bro, and it actually has a decent speed, maybe they fixed their network already. Hey, their tech support actually works!
  2. In the bandwidth test of the PLDT, I always get a good result of 2.5+ Mbps, but I don't believe its accuracy and credibility, I always go for the results of TMN. For me, PLDT is way much better than its wireless counterpart, as a previous smartbro user, I'll prefer PLDT than its sister company, smartbro. The slowest speed that I could get with PLDT is even faster than the average speed of smartbro. Well smartbro's got another service that they are offering. It's totally wireless, Plan 799, allows you to surf the net anywhere there's a PC. The Smart BRO USB modem is a small, palm-siz
  3. Hey guys, does anyone experienced a VERY slow connection during peak hours these past weeks? Your connection can be very slow, (300kbps) and cannot achieve a 1mbps+ speed. My buddies also experienced this kind of problem, so one of them called the tech support for pldt, and discovered PLDT is experiencing a networking problem. I got this feeling that they are congesting their own network by pushing so hard on advertising, and not their systems. (notice the pldt ads these days?) So my opinion is, the more the subscribers that they connect in their network, the slower their service become.
  4. PLDT Plan P1300 (monthly phone bill included).
  5. I'm a previous smartbro subscriber, then switched to PLDT. It made my DL's so much faster, before my max DL/file is around 50Kb/s max, now it can reach up to 250+Kb/s in bittorrent.
  6. I mean I'm gonna leave this smartbro threads, not the entire testmy forums. In fact, I am endorsing testmy to my friends, not only those smartbro subscribers but others as well. This thread helped me a LOT, Thanks to elijapaul, coolbuster, and all the testmy moderators for helping users like me
  7. Thanks coolbuster, maybe It's time for me to leave this forums , You guys helped me a lot during my smartbro days, constant tweaking, configuring and even climbing my roof . wish you could help more smartbro users,
  8. After long months of spending wasted time and money, my smartbro's nightmare is over. I got a call from PLDT, and got the offer I cant refuse, they informed me to terminate my smartbro contract (6 months to be legit) , I will just add P300 to my monthly internet billI got, so from 999 to 1300, and they will install PLDT DSL.The dude from PLDT came after 3 days, and look at the difference, from turtle slow to super fast! just P300 difference it's 4X faster than smartbro. :::.. Download Stats ..::: Download Connection is:: 2080 Kbps about 2.1 Mbps (tested with 2992 kB) Download Speed i
  9. Thanks elijahpaul, I've been waiting for that answer, so going up in the roof is inevitable. I thought the override plug is an alternative solution in accessing the MAC address of the canopy. BTW @ thugster according to my cisco class, the one in the left is RJ-45 and the left is RJ-11
  10. Ei guys what do you think about my speed? I Just used cablenut & TCPOptimizer, I haven't tweaked my canopy settings because it's blocked.
  11. Is the RJ-11 the same with the fone/modem jack? I think they look the same
  12. I'm confused on where to plug-in the override plug, I think I got a new or different version of the module, coz I think theres no RJ-11socket in it. Can anyone pls help me with this? thanks
  13. I've read the canopy override plug instruction/manual by elijahpaul, but I'm confused on where to plug-in the RJ-11 override plug. I also don't know where is the RJ-11 GPS sync port of the module. All I can see are RJ-45s sockets
  14. I have the same problem with grifter, I can't access my canopy page and I cannot climb up to see the MAC address of my canopy manually. I wish there is a program that can detect my canopy MAC address. btw is there anyone here that actually used the reset plug? I'm afraid that will be my only solution, use a reset plug
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