Since the connection dropped late at night last week (I think it was Wednesday night/Thursday morning) our speeds have been through the floor. around 20-40mb down on a 200mb package, as shown by both speed tests and general downloads.
My Brother in law on the same street is also reporting the same issue.
I've run the VM diagnostics from the "help" page which show no problem with our equipment, and there are no listed issues for the area in regards to broadband.
Is anyone else having a problem in the Luton/Dunstable area?
I just posted about this a few minutes ago, and the poor customer service I've received from the phone people.
I'm paying for 100MB, and getting less than 10MB. I'm in Houghton Regis, and the connection has been going up and down (mostly down) for the past few months. The phone support people keep trying to blame me, but when I push for an engineer or a supervisor, they start saying that it's a local area fault.
After a 30 minute conversation last night, they said that it would be fixed by 0900 this morning. Just did another check on speed, and I'm still under 10MB, so assuming that the fault is still there, and they're lying through their teeth again.
I am in the Luton/Dunstable border area and I too have been experiencing very poor speeds. I used to get around 60Mbps on my Vivid 100 package which then dropped down to around 30Mbps. I rang up VM cust svs, they offered me an upgrade to Vivid 150. For a couple of days I was getting around 86 Mbps.
Early last week (Tues) I got a new router put the SH3 in modem mode and was surprised to get over 103Mbps, however my joy was shortlived, by Friday the speed was down to 30Mbps, then 25.. Over the weekend it has been crashing down to 8Mbps and this morning it touched dialup modem speeds around 0.58Mbps.
What on earth is going on VM ????. Sort this out.. or you will get a mass migration of your customers to BT /Sky / Talk Talk etc.....
I am also having problems and have been since November. Was promised by vm that upgrade works would be complete by 9am this morning. This has not happened as speeds on a 50mb line are actually 0.45mb. Will be cancelling my service as soon as I get time to.
I managed to get through to the call centre who claimed that they are aware of the problem and technical work should be completed by 4pm tommorrow... judging by what other forum members have posted about vm promises am not very hopeful.. lets see what happens...
Things seem to be getting worse rather than better, we're down to 9mb/s down according to the speed tests, with a ping in the 100-200ms region and we can't even watch youtube properly let alone netflix.