I just finished one of my first streams on Twitch in over 2 weeks and its still hanging at 32 megs upload!! I will continue to monitor the situation but so far so good.
Fingers crossed it stays that way. Keep them speed reports rolling in though.
perhaps we should have started a new thread instead of hijacking a thread marked as solved, i dont know if that gets us any more from rogers, they have commented here but no real explanation. i was told by them monday it was being looked into in my area and to give it two days. I also asked how they were going to make up for the fact i havent been getting what i pay for, they gave me a 14 day credit on my internet.
Upload seems solved but my downloads are still poor for 500u internet (500/20)
Well, this is starting to look promising. I've been monitoring the speeds all day here in Barrie and so far so good today. At 5:08 PM 6/13/18 my connection is once again solid and a return to normal. I will test again later this evening.
London here. Normally at this time, 5:15pm, upload has been around 1-3 mbps the past few weeks. It's now what I'm supposed to get, 15mbps. Let's hope the problem has been solved!
Looks like my latency (and in-turn speeds) has returned to normal ever since 2am last night.
Looks like my upload is back to normal now 10u.
tech was just here for nothing I guess. since it wasn't a line issue.
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