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I need a line test...apparently? (plus a question)

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Mbro_6
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Just curious as to why it would say i need to do a line check when i've noticed no issues and all speeds seem to be where they should?

I've even recently moved the router from the master socket (it also said i could do with a line test plugged in their) to an extension upstairs to directly plug the router into my gaming pc and still with no issues....so why would i need a line test?

 

Thanks

 

p.s.

I've moved house recently and took TT from the old property to the new and was started on a new contract for the year with faster fiber, can i upgrade to the super fast fiber before my contract expires?

Divsec
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Hi @Mbro_6 welcome to the very very busy community full of people WFH with service issues. To answer your question quickly, the system can get it wrong. If it ain't broken don't fix it.

You can upgrade at anytime, now might not be the best given the staffing shortages.

To save resource please mark a response as best answer as then others will ignore the thread.

I don't work here and all my opinions are my own.