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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRS Internet View Post
    Like me have to go call Flow.. I have 100 mbps package... Now barely getting 40/50 mbps
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    So, interesting things are happening! Looks like Digicel is trying to stay competitive.

    I turned off QoS/SQM out of curiosity, and this is what I saw...





    Or, it could just be short-lived.
    Last edited by Falcon1986; Nov 25, 2022 at 05:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon1986 View Post
    So, interesting things are happening! Looks like Digicel is trying to stay competitive.

    I turned off QoS/SQM out of curiosity, and this is what I saw...





    Or, it could just be short-lived.
    Well Digicel does offer up to 400 Mbps to residential customers so they're no doubt that they can provide those speeds. What I find interesting is that the latency from flow seems to always be higher that what I get from Digicel.
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