on 24-06-2022 08:23 AM
I'm on fibre65 package, and the best download speeds I've ever had is 30Mbps.
How can I find out what is the maximum possible speed I can get for my postcode/address?
If it should be higher than 30Mbps, then how can I get the extra speed (up to my package 64Mbps max) that I'm entitled to?
Also, is there any way of finding out when my area will get the FTTP upgrade to ultrafast speeds?
on 27-06-2022 06:28 AM
on 24-06-2022 09:37 AM
on 24-06-2022 09:28 AM
Just one thing re. rebooting the new router.
I will need to go into its settings when I first switch it on to change the admin password and wifi SSID name to the config of the current one (so that all my devices in the house will automatically connect without having to manually reconnect each one to the OEM SSID)
I cant remember if doing this requires a reboot. If so, would this be a problem?
on 24-06-2022 09:24 AM
It may go up slightly but I think until FTTP is available it wont go much faster sorry. My line is the same, I'm waiting on FTTP to become available in my area too.
Let me know once the new router has been connected for 48hrs (without being rebooted) and I will check the sync speed again to see if DLM has made any changes.
on 24-06-2022 09:21 AM
ok, thank you for all your help Debbie.
Just wondering, should the speed to my line increase in the future, as I am on Fibre65, will my speed automatically increase up to its maximum without me doing anything?
on 24-06-2022 09:01 AM
Apologies, there would be no increase in speed on Fibre 65 based upon the predicted range for your line.
Once you receive the new router we have sent (your other topic) It would be worth leaving this switched on without being rebooted. DLM will change the profile and lower the speed if it detects re connections on the line.
on 24-06-2022 08:49 AM
Thank you again Debbie.
If I go on that link, it just gives me Fibre35 and Fibre65 options.
If I proceed on the Fibre65, it goes to a page to transfer my line over to TalkTalk, which it already is of course. So don't really want to proceed any further into that.
I think it's fair to say that around 30Mbps is the max for my address unfortunately, and I wont be getting FTTP for a long while yet.
on 24-06-2022 08:41 AM
Thank you. I'm just waiting on some further information/advice in regards to your other post.
I have checked and the predicted speed range for your line is showing between 32.4 and 29.2mb, with a guaranteed minimum speed of 26.3mb.
Your line is in sync at 32.1mb so this is within the predicted range for your line.
In regards to FTTP, if you take a look at this page Guide to Future Fibre and FTTP | TalkTalk and scroll to the middle of the page, there is a check availability button in blue.
on 24-06-2022 08:25 AM