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Flow limitations??? restrictions on utorrent and other

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 09:44 AM

I recently, about two days ago decided to give Flow a try, and after being setup and activated on the 15MB package, I begun to test their download speeds using utorrent, as my worst fears were realized, the maximum speed I was observing was average 200kbs and peaking sometimes to 350kbs. I had read in previous topics that FLOWS throttles, and basically LIMITS/CAPS download speeds on Torrents.

Can any one who has flow for a period of time, kindly tell me if these download limits are true? and if so I would simply have to live with this limitation!!! or is there a way around this limit? I have port forwarded and setup the virtual server, but the speed simply remained at low speeds.

I have terminated their service and returned their modem, I know that only the PRICE factor when compared with BLINK makes this a viable option. I have faithfully returned to my BLINK 4MB speeds @ nearly over $320.00. I guess with these internet providers it really holds that you "can't have your cake and eat it too"!!

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Posted 12 November 2013 - 05:21 AM

Never had throttling problems with flow, did you try a popular torrent or a torrent of a Linux distribution, as these are usually hosted of University servers.

Well it is to late now for you to check but you should, have waited for a reply.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 07:54 PM

i have the same problem with this.. i have a 10mb package n i don get the full speed.. what shall i do?

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