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I have a reoccurring issue with my DSL speed. Around the 20th of each month, my DSL speed slows to a crawl. Some months it happens once, some months more than once. Here is some history:
November 22nd - 22.6 KBs
December 2nd - 51.9 KBs
December 21st - 182 KBs
January 21st - 129 KBs
January 28th - 195 KBs
My DSL speed usually returns to normal in approximately 1 hour. Rebooting the DSL modem and my router has no effect; the service returns when it returns. Calls to Verizon support are useless as they lead me through the same troubleshooting steps - reboot the modem, check your Internet Explorer settings, etc.
The problem is not in my house. To suggest that my DSL modem is the culprit is a bit of a reach. A piece of hardware that is intermittent every 30 days? I do not believe it. The 1st call to support insisted I needed a new modem; one that I was asked to pay for. I refused and hung up. An hour later (when my DSL speed was again normal) I had an online chat with Verizon. Although the support person agreed that it was strange behavior, again they suggested a new modem. I told them I would not pay for one so they are sending one for free. A Wi-Fi model, even though I requested one without Wi-Fi.
What I want is for someone to please escalate the issue to the local Connection Office engineers. It is my belief that they will find a correlation between my outages, their system logs, and other reported outages. I asked that this be done, but I have no way of knowing that it will be. Engineers are a busy group; I say this as I myself am an IS Systems Engineer. If something is not brought to our attention, sometimes we do not know that it is malfunctioning.
It is my hope that someone from Verizon will please get back to me on this issue. I could find no direct email address for Verizon support.
In closing, I have one suggestion: when callers are on hold waiting to speak to someone about their Internet outage, the auto-attend should not suggest that they look for a solution online. It is a bit of an insult, don't you agree?
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