High Speed Internet

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I’m looking for some advice/expertise from any forum members who work from TRNC and require reliable highspeed internet.
My daughter would like to come & spend a few weeks working from here, but our rather feeble home internet doesn’t cut the mustard! She needs it to support zoom meetings with up to 150 attendees, multi screen presentations etc.
She would be happy to rent temporary office space in the Girne area if necessary? Or could we feasibly upgrade our home internet? I will of course be asking the internet providers, but I’d like some personal experience. The providers tend to promise a lot & not always deliver.
Thanks all

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COG wrote:
Mon 09 Nov 2020 6:14 pm
I’m looking for some advice/expertise from any forum members who work from TRNC and require reliable highspeed internet.
My daughter would like to come & spend a few weeks working from here, but our rather feeble home internet doesn’t cut the mustard! She needs it to support zoom meetings with up to 150 attendees, multi screen presentations etc.
She would be happy to rent temporary office space in the Girne area if necessary? Or could we feasibly upgrade our home internet? I will of course be asking the internet providers, but I’d like some personal experience. The providers tend to promise a lot & not always deliver.
Thanks all
In my experience there is no such thing as reliable high speed internet in north Cyprus. I have had 6 different providers so far and none of them have met your criteria.

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Thanks for your honest assessment. I’m afraid you’re right, but I thought there might be some businesses here that would require better service. My home current speeds are about 15 download and 3.5 upload ( not consistently)
My daughter has 150 download and 22 upload at her home.
Someone did suggest that there are special business tariffs, so I’ll check that out.

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I know that my ISP, Multimax have business packages, but they are pretty steep. https://www.mmcyp.com/en/business-packages.php
Check with your own ISP to see if they could do you a short term offer for a business package if that's what is required.

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Son has emigrated to Poland and until he moved this weekend he was using a Polish sim card /phone for his internet
Able to do his zoom conference calls major part of his job and watch live football in the evening on sky/BT TV as well as films
There was just him on the link in the UK we have 200 gig on a mesh network giving us 100gig over the property
The need for the higher gig is mainly for fast file downloads and the number of people accessing the internet
The man on the forum who could advise is Erol
The main problem I find is later in the day when the internet slows to snail pace in the TRNC
so you are trying to sort a UK day out at 7 &8pm TRNC time with no speed
Good luck

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Multimax has best speeds and is most reliable for such purposes. I am using them specifically since i need higher speed internet. Price is slightly higher than other ISPs, but speedwise and stability is much better. Using them for 7 years.

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Have you tried Lifecell Digital? They offer specialist packages and ADSL lines too.

You can communicate in English.

https://www.lifecelldigital.com/
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COG wrote:
Mon 09 Nov 2020 10:40 pm
Thanks for your honest assessment. I’m afraid you’re right, but I thought there might be some businesses here that would require better service. My home current speeds are about 15 download and 3.5 upload ( not consistently)
My daughter has 150 download and 22 upload at her home.
Someone did suggest that there are special business tariffs, so I’ll check that out.
If you're getting 15 meg why do you want anything faster?

150 meg download is going to be via Fibre, that you're not going to get here.

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