What are they throttling? I have kept the connection but haven't recharged it yet because my BSNL FTTH connection has FUP free offer going on currently, will recharge once this offer with BSNL ends.
Talked with LCO and negotiated to 2200/month for 50mbps.
BSNL FTTH does not have the ping spike issue, works great for gaming. It is 10ms higher than one broadband to Singapore and 10-20ms to Europe but it is rock solid, no spikes. Ping test - 73 ms - 2018-05-24 19:26
I have kept one broadband connection only because it is unlimited and if you say that they are throttling then I will have it removed.
Speedtest results shows 20mbps. But while downloading from --link-removed-- and various other file sharing sites I noticed its only giving 500-600kbps. Download from Yotube is fine at 2-2.5mbps, After some testing its only affecting file hosting sites.
Spoke to LCO few minutes, he said he is also facing the same issue. Asked me to send him a screenshot and told me he will speak to in2cable in morning. Since my LCO is reseller he is worried in2cable is giving him less speeds.
There is some weird thing happening since 4-5 days, youtube and other local speeds are good but downloading from streaming websites and many International websites get slow during different times of the day. But this is not consistent, sometimes after an hour or two speeds get back to full 10 Mbps from low 1-2 Mbps.
I cannot tell what is the problem, it can be isp bandwidth problems, more congestion or International bandwidth provider problem or maybe throttling.