Currently have been experiencing high latency and slow speeds for a few days now, and both yesterday and today I have contacted support who have informed me that the problem would be fixed by 4pm that day, and it hasn't been. Again I have called this evening to query the problem but again I was told it will be fixed my 4pm tomorrow... I don't hold out much hope for that!
Is there anyone who can let me know what is being done and what the problem is? If we are now over subscribed in the area then I will have to look at leaving Virgin for someone else.
I've recently been invited to the Overwatch closed beta and its unplayable at the moment due to this issue. No point paying nearly £40 a month for a service we can't even use!
It's a joke isn't it? My download speed is fine during the day soon as it gets around 7pm I can barely get 5mbps. Been told maintenance going on in my area no idea when it's going to be fixed but I thought it was just me, from all these posts this needs a fix asap.
Definitely seems to be an intermittent issue as occasionally I can speed test and get full speeds, so I log in to Overwatch and after a few minutes the ping shoots up to 500-800ms and is unusable again. I then do a speed test and its all over the place with high ping. The connection still works just in fits and starts, just useless for what I'm trying to use it for.
Sorry to hear your speeds and latency have been fluctuating. I've just checked your connection and can see there is a SNR fault in the area under ticket F004230995. SNR stands for Signal to Noise Ratio and means that there is interference leaking into the broadband signal. Our technicians are working on repairing this and the fault is due to close tomorrow. I'll check back on this tomorrow as SNR faults can be tricky and dates can get delayed should there be any complications.
Its interesting you say it is due to be fixed tomorrow, as when I contacted support on Friday they said it would be fixed today. But then again, it was supposed to fixed the following day on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last week!