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    Openreach shares Covid-19 UK network traffic report

    Comparing late Feb and late April shows an average 24 per cent data demand increase.
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    Re: Openreach shares Covid-19 UK network traffic report

    Only had a few hiccups with streaming services like iplayer and netflix being slow and a few buffer hiccups
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    Re: Openreach shares Covid-19 UK network traffic report

    Mine's been fine, but we're not exactly a high demand line...
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    Re: Openreach shares Covid-19 UK network traffic report

    Connections been fine (touch wood) as usual however some sites I visit have been 'slower' to transfer stuff and in some cases the video quality is slightly (enough to notice imo) lower too.

    So like usual, it's the infrastructure at the server end which is the issue, not my connection...

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    Not had an issues myself. Been amazed how my wife and I can both work from home on a 20mbps line. Still hoping this is a wake up call to speed up FTTH as I'm getting fed up with FTTC getting slower and slower (my line use to be 30mbps 7 years ago when we first went FTTC).
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    Re: Openreach shares Covid-19 UK network traffic report

    Mines been fine since working at home also. Know a few people that have had issues but mainly been fairly minor.

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    Re: Openreach shares Covid-19 UK network traffic report

    Might viably bt time to say thank you to BT for supporting such an enormous bandwidth increase without falling over?

    Cant say the same bout Virgin it seems

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