Will BSNL FTTH give me jittering in pings? Is it a healthy connection for gaming?

Zexen

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Plan change will happen within 3 working days if their systems are working. Billing will be adjusted accordingly. At least that what happened when I changed my plan when I using BSNL back in 2014. Do they still make one entry in register for plan change
 

anonuser7

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Right now it is 40mbps 750gb Rs.1999+GST, I have made a request to switch to 100mbps 750gb Rs.1277+GST plan.
I get 36 mbps at most and that is through blizzard launcher, steam or private torrents, 3-5mbps less on public trackers. Weird that netflix on 4k works fine most of the time but 1080p will play on a lower bitrate. Random disconnections and ping spikes only to international servers, there has not been any local downtime, this random DC and ping spikes issue can happen for a few seconds and rarely last 30 minutes, some days it doesn't happen, some days it happens once or twice and some days upto 5 times. Your ping will be 280ms+ to all international servers after installation, tell them to contact Pune NOC with trace routes to Singapore and pingtests to international servers and your routing will be changed and now you will have pings close to what we had on in2cable but stable.
 

anonuser7

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It's not a lie. LCO take franchisee from bsnl for FTTH so they can say its directly from BSNL. In my case they asked me if I was okay with taking connection through LCO.
No, BSNL employees have said that it is directly from BSNL, no LCO.
 


Zexen

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The guy told me everything will be taken care by BSNL regarding any issue. LCO will only do installation and do maintenance of the fiber.