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With Edge modem i expected more speed but it can't

With Edge modem i expected more speed but it doesn't work well.

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The speed you get depends on the telephone line quality, and the speed your provider is giving you.Slow speeds are seldom the fault of the modem. Check you speed using an on line speed test web site such as with http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest.html. Hope this helps

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