Do Fishtanks Affect Broadband Speeds?

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A lot of people paying for high speed broadband access do not normally get to enjoy the maximum out put from these packages. A number of factors affect broadband speed and they include; distance from the exchange, exchange contention ratio, number of connection in your home, quality of cables, weather conditions, time of day and website capacity.
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Time of day: the Which? survey found that speeds are slower between 1pm and 11pm. More people tend to be online between 6pm and 11pm.
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it shouldn't affect speed. You may have a little noise on the connection so if you notice failed download or uploads or getting disconnected you should look into it.
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Shouldn't make any difference, it may even get faster as fewer people use the copper bandwidth. Of course there will be a point when the investment in copper BB is pulled
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How far you live from the exchange, the quality of your phone line and wiring, the type of modem you use and even the time of day.
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