On 22/08/2006 19:14, "Andrew Court" <syklops at gmail.com> wrote:
> To be honest I wouldn't start with boards.ie. Most of the people
> complaining about wireless broadband on Boards.ie also are regular
> posters to many of the gaming threads on boards, which would suggest
> they are gamers, and wireless broadband is not suitable for gaming.
I have had IBB 2 meg for a year now. It seriously sucked for most of the
year until I forced them to put me on another high sight.
I went from serious packet loss -> which affects games but more importantly
- VOIP. You simply cannot have VOIP with packet loss.
I sometimes had a connection of 1mbit (on a 2mb) but more often 35k to 65k.
> Also the rest of the broadband threads are people complaining about
> various other ISP's who are not wireless based. From this I can
> surmise that either broadband companies in Ireland are terrible, or
> that people go on to boards to complain. To be honest I think its a
> little of both.
YMMV, my experience was terrible, fortunately all is now resolved (11 months
later). If only the were competent enough to actually charge me for the
service. Believe me I have tried to give them money, many, many, many times.
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