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Network problem our network is very slow and our ISP says we are in a plateform in which we can give serices to others but it is still slow.

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You have probably signed up for a overbooked plan. Depending on the overbooking factor internet/network speed can be very slow as you could be sharing the max speed with 20 other users.
They simple way is to upgrade your plan.

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