I'm on VIVID 100, not sure what is happened lately but my BB speeds are shockingly poor. Only happened a few days ago but have been slow ever since. I've done all the usual stuff Virgin recommend but hasn't changed a thing. My upload speeds are currently faster than me download speeds! Speeds are similar on a wireless and a wired connection.
I work from home and this is having a huge impact on my ability to work. Please can this be looked into ASAP as i'm getting fed up with it now
These are the kind of speeds i'm getting at 16:00pm. I've tried on various devices and they all report similar results.
Thanks for taking the time to post on the community.
My apologies you are experiencing slow broadband speeds.
I've taken a look into this and as DaveM mentioned, the Modem SNR is low. For this I can arrange an engineer appointment to check this over and have sent you a PM (purple envelope icon, right corner) with some details for you to confirm please.
Also there is a high peak time traffic fault in your area which is causing slow speeds. The reference number is F005147739 and has a review date of 14th November.
Thank you for your reply, i've replied with the requested details in the PM.
With regards to the peak time issue, on average i'd say my download speeds are worse during the offpeak time rather than on peak. The tend to go up slightly during onpeak times but i'm still getting no where near 100mbps no matter what time.
Below are screen shots of tests i've have run at random points over the day for the past few days.
I was informed that the fault in my area was due to be resolved by mid Novemeber. Around this time things did seem to get a little better (Not the speeds I should be getting, but better than I was, around 50mbps) However , recently it has gone back to how it was before. Only getting between 1 - 10 mbps and very very unstable. The internet just drops anything from 1 - 20 times a day and I have to wait around 5 mins for it to come back on. This is very annoying when working from home.
Can you confirm if the fault in my area has been fixed or if there is a new ETA? If it has been fixed, can it be investigated why i'm still getting shocking speeds and disconnects
Run "Don't dawdle!" to UK Retentions (aka "Thinking of Leaving us") and quote the F00 ticket and the forum updates to attempt to backdate to the Revu date change...... Typically CS will exclude the first 24 hrs and only pro-rata compensate from when you "rang in".....
Don't expect a big Xmas windfall....... unless you have SamKnows 24x7 monitoring then difficult for you to objectively measure/illustrate . your "partial loss . of service" so you'll probably find their IPDR/CMTS stats based compensation ratios somewhat insulting?
EDIT: I shouldn't suggest this but since you still appear to be provisioned via legacy (Super)Hub 8x4 D3 connectivity then it may be prudent (as . part of your CS/Retentions negotiations) to request a free Hub3 24x8 D3 upgrade as part of compensation perhaps?
Regards Tony "Life is a Binary Inspired Turing Computed Hologram"(don't PM or @Mention me - in case ignoring you offends)