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1 Internet Connection on Tue Oct 25, 2011 8:15 am

swan03


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
First topic message reminder :

My Internet connection is pretty slow. Do you have the same problem guys? Or something wrong with my PC.


51 Re: Internet Connection on Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:18 am

rijayasooriya


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.
That is the fair-used policy as I have mentioned earlier.U may be able to speed it up for additional money.

52 Re: Internet Connection on Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:42 pm

Kumar


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Wonderful the simple problem I'm the 44th person commenting.
Funny no?

53 Re: Internet Connection on Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:55 am

mono


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.

Swan if you got this connection before 1st may 2011 SLT has no right to auto reduce your speed. The law is pretty straightforward about this go to telecom and complain to them. They are obligated by law to restore your original speeds.

Here are the conditions setup by the Sri Lanka telecommunication regulation commission.
http://www.trc.gov.lk/images/pdf/Volume_Based_Broadband_Packages_slt.pdf

The relevant part can be found on page 3

The customers who have been already subscribed to unlimited broadband tariff plans have to be continued. The operator will not be permitted to apply FUP on existing unlimited broadband packages.

Got them and threaten to report to the TRC, and litigate if necessary.

54 Re: Internet Connection on Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:16 pm

swan03


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@mono wrote:
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.

Swan if you got this connection before 1st may 2011 SLT has no right to auto reduce your speed. The law is pretty straightforward about this go to telecom and complain to them. They are obligated by law to restore your original speeds.

Here are the conditions setup by the Sri Lanka telecommunication regulation commission.
http://www.trc.gov.lk/images/pdf/Volume_Based_Broadband_Packages_slt.pdf

The relevant part can be found on page 3

The customers who have been already subscribed to unlimited broadband tariff plans have to be continued. The operator will not be permitted to apply FUP on existing unlimited broadband packages.

Got them and threaten to report to the TRC, and litigate if necessary.

Thanks Mono. I got the connection in 2007.

55 Re: Internet Connection on Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:38 pm

mono


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@swan03 wrote:
@mono wrote:
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.

Swan if you got this connection before 1st may 2011 SLT has no right to auto reduce your speed. The law is pretty straightforward about this go to telecom and complain to them. They are obligated by law to restore your original speeds.

Here are the conditions setup by the Sri Lanka telecommunication regulation commission.
http://www.trc.gov.lk/images/pdf/Volume_Based_Broadband_Packages_slt.pdf

The relevant part can be found on page 3

The customers who have been already subscribed to unlimited broadband tariff plans have to be continued. The operator will not be permitted to apply FUP on existing unlimited broadband packages.

Got them and threaten to report to the TRC, and litigate if necessary.

Thanks Mono. I got the connection in 2007.

you should be good. Just talk to them. good luck

56 Re: Internet Connection on Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:40 pm

rijayasooriya

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@mono wrote:
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.

Swan if you got this connection before 1st may 2011 SLT has no right to auto reduce your speed. The law is pretty straightforward about this go to telecom and complain to them. They are obligated by law to restore your original speeds.

Here are the conditions setup by the Sri Lanka telecommunication regulation commission.
http://www.trc.gov.lk/images/pdf/Volume_Based_Broadband_Packages_slt.pdf

The relevant part can be found on page 3

The customers who have been already subscribed to unlimited broadband tariff plans have to be continued. The operator will not be permitted to apply FUP on existing unlimited broadband packages.

Got them and threaten to report to the TRC, and litigate if necessary.
Very useful.Thanks for sharing.
Anyway 2nd page says under package migration,
1.The existing unlimited customers can migrate to the new unlimited tariff plans free of charge.
Can they apply FUP if it is the case ?

57 Re: Internet Connection on Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:59 pm

mono

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Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@rijayasooriya wrote:
@mono wrote:
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.

Swan if you got this connection before 1st may 2011 SLT has no right to auto reduce your speed. The law is pretty straightforward about this go to telecom and complain to them. They are obligated by law to restore your original speeds.

Here are the conditions setup by the Sri Lanka telecommunication regulation commission.
http://www.trc.gov.lk/images/pdf/Volume_Based_Broadband_Packages_slt.pdf

The relevant part can be found on page 3

The customers who have been already subscribed to unlimited broadband tariff plans have to be continued. The operator will not be permitted to apply FUP on existing unlimited broadband packages.

Got them and threaten to report to the TRC, and litigate if necessary.
Very useful.Thanks for sharing.
Anyway 2nd page says under package migration,
1.The existing unlimited customers can migrate to the new unlimited tariff plans free of charge.
Can they apply FUP if it is the case ?

I think they can. Because you'll be making a new agreement with SLT. The problem here is probably the fact that older customers never signed onto the FUP agreement, so SLT can't force stuff on us without our consent

58 Re: Internet Connection on Sun Oct 30, 2011 1:04 pm

rijayasooriya

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@mono wrote:
@rijayasooriya wrote:
@mono wrote:
@swan03 wrote:Ok gentleman.. Now please stop arguing. I talked with SLT. They say that if I pass 18 GB downloading capacity the server auto reduce the speed it seems.

Swan if you got this connection before 1st may 2011 SLT has no right to auto reduce your speed. The law is pretty straightforward about this go to telecom and complain to them. They are obligated by law to restore your original speeds.

Here are the conditions setup by the Sri Lanka telecommunication regulation commission.
http://www.trc.gov.lk/images/pdf/Volume_Based_Broadband_Packages_slt.pdf

The relevant part can be found on page 3

The customers who have been already subscribed to unlimited broadband tariff plans have to be continued. The operator will not be permitted to apply FUP on existing unlimited broadband packages.

Got them and threaten to report to the TRC, and litigate if necessary.
Very useful.Thanks for sharing.
Anyway 2nd page says under package migration,
1.The existing unlimited customers can migrate to the new unlimited tariff plans free of charge.
Can they apply FUP if it is the case ?

I think they can. Because you'll be making a new agreement with SLT. The problem here is probably the fact that older customers never signed onto the FUP agreement, so SLT can't force stuff on us without our consent
Thanks.It seems they are offering it free of charge to catch the fish.

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