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post Sep 17 2021, 09:48 AM

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QUOTE(gedebe @ Sep 17 2021, 12:56 AM)
can anyone comment is it worth it to take up 50mbps digi package vs 30mbps unifi which are almost the same price?
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If u need Public IP for CCTV or hosting, then stick back to Unifi.
If those Public IP issue thing does not appear in ur life, and u r a Digi postpaid user, Digi can be the cheapest at RM75 for 50mbps
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post Sep 17 2021, 10:23 AM

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QUOTE(BaronVonchesto @ Sep 16 2021, 09:49 PM)
I was really close to switching from Unifi to Digi fibre because of the cost for 300Mbps. Im very happy with my digi mobile service, so the package promo was very attractive.

unitl the technical team told me they only give private IP, no public IP. Not even public ipv6. So I had to say thanks but no thanks.

Now I read some of the other complaints Im glad i stayed with Unifi. Want to upgrade to 300mbps but the price aint worth it. I wish we had Time fibre, I really miss them since i moved from condo to a landed property
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hi, what is the different between private IP and public IP, please?
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post Sep 17 2021, 11:13 AM

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QUOTE(KLKN_Views @ Sep 17 2021, 10:23 AM)
hi, what is the different between private IP and public IP, please?
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you might want to google that first to get the idea

here, most of us are not measuring % benchmark between public ip vs private ip
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post Sep 17 2021, 12:45 PM

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QUOTE(heLL_bOy @ Sep 16 2021, 04:57 PM)
TM area got unifi does not mean your area are covered by DIGI fiber.

first you need to check that Digi got cover your area or not? if yes there is no issue you can get digi at your area.
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It also depends on whether TM updated their partners on the updated coverage. It might be that coverage data given to digi and others are not updated.


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post Sep 17 2021, 01:27 PM

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QUOTE(YoungMan @ Sep 17 2021, 08:37 AM)
Purely on pricing alone, for 30mbps go with Celcom Fibre, RM80 monthly.
If you don't need to setup CCTV or use public IP, then can go for Digi 50mbps.
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Celcom fiber @rm80 is stable?
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post Sep 17 2021, 01:32 PM

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QUOTE(C_ST @ Sep 17 2021, 09:48 AM)
If u need Public IP for CCTV or hosting, then stick back to Unifi.
If those Public IP issue thing does not appear in ur life, and u r a Digi postpaid user, Digi can be the cheapest at RM75 for 50mbps
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again is digi fiber stable?
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post Sep 17 2021, 07:23 PM

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QUOTE(gedebe @ Sep 17 2021, 02:27 PM)
Celcom fiber @rm80 is stable?
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QUOTE(gedebe @ Sep 17 2021, 02:32 PM)
again is digi fiber stable?
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Those very much depends on area. Just like how some people claim that Maxis fibre is stable, some said Unifi is more stable.
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post Sep 18 2021, 02:10 PM

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QUOTE(gedebe @ Sep 17 2021, 01:32 PM)
again is digi fiber stable?
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I am only Digi FIbre user for approx. a month, cant comment much on the stability... but based on my past 3-4 weeks usage, so far got 1 Saturday night kena throttle only, and so far no internet down (weekdays daytime I not am home, so not sure about it).

Btw, since Maxis, Celcom & Digi mostly ride on TM, so i think the 3 telco + unifi will have same stability, and as YoungMan said, really depends on ur area too

The ISP & TM installer did told me, most condo, even they allocated.. let's say... 50 ports, but to the end, all 50 ports are connected to a same ultimate port (initially set up during construction of the building), so IF all 50 ports are in used at the same time, sure will be congested no matter what speed what ISP what package u using. I think this will apply to a same 'taman' with 1 main port... Not sure how correct on the installer's stories
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post Sep 18 2021, 02:53 PM

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QUOTE(YoungMan @ Sep 17 2021, 07:23 PM)
Those very much depends on area. Just like how some people claim that Maxis fibre is stable, some said Unifi is more stable.
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QUOTE(C_ST @ Sep 18 2021, 02:10 PM)
I am only Digi FIbre user for approx. a month, cant comment much on the stability... but based on my past 3-4 weeks usage, so far got 1 Saturday night kena throttle only, and so far no internet down (weekdays daytime I not am home, so not sure about it).

Btw, since Maxis, Celcom & Digi mostly ride on TM, so i think the 3 telco + unifi will have same stability, and as YoungMan said, really depends on ur area too

The ISP & TM installer did told me, most condo, even they allocated.. let's say... 50 ports, but to the end, all 50 ports are connected to a same ultimate port (initially set up during construction of the building), so IF all 50 ports are in used at the same time, sure will be congested no matter what speed what ISP what package u using. I think this will apply to a same 'taman' with 1 main port... Not sure how correct on the installer's stories
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the way i read from this thread, I better ask my in law to stick with 30mbps unifi rather than risk trying Celcom/Digi
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post Yesterday, 01:35 AM

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Hey guys, I need some help here.

I'm moving into a new condo located in Subang soon. As far as I know they have Unifi, Digi and maybe Celcom Fibre available.

Digi's rebate on 300Mbps for existing postpaid user is very tempting since I'm a user. For Unifi I don't see the option to deselect unifi TV which I think is a huge waste of money for my lifestyle so I'd only choose 100Mbps if I must go with Unifi. I'm not sure if Celcom is available or not because the name of the condo show up on their coverage checker the first time I searched for it but later it doesn't.

For the price, Digi is the no brainer but my concerns are basically if they are still throttling at night time and if p2p works.

I'm currently using Time 100Mbps which I'm really satisfied with and would have upgraded to 300Mbps when they offered a cheaper price to renew my contract. But I declined because I knew I'd be moving out soon. sad.gif
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post Yesterday, 10:50 AM

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Hmm... new condo don't have time? Usually new condo in Klang Valley will have...

As Digi & Celcom ride on TM, i suppose... if throttling happen, same will goes for all 3 ISP. I think u can see throttling complains at Celcom & TM thread too.. Btw, if ur P2P is means torrenting, yes, u can. I did use BitTorrent both on my laptop & Hp, no issue so far
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QUOTE(C_ST @ Sep 24 2021, 10:50 AM)
Hmm... new condo don't have time? Usually new condo in Klang Valley will have...

As Digi & Celcom ride on TM, i suppose... if throttling happen, same will goes for all 3 ISP. I think u can see throttling complains at Celcom & TM thread too.. Btw, if ur P2P is means torrenting, yes, u can. I did use BitTorrent both on my laptop & Hp, no issue so far
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Not necessary. Mine is also new, just VP this year but no TIME too because the developer already made agreement with UniFi only. sleep.gif
We are still fighting for TIME and hopefully when JMB is formed, we can get this through.
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post Yesterday, 12:40 PM

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QUOTE(C_ST @ Sep 24 2021, 10:50 AM)
Hmm... new condo don't have time? Usually new condo in Klang Valley will have...

As Digi & Celcom ride on TM, i suppose... if throttling happen, same will goes for all 3 ISP. I think u can see throttling complains at Celcom & TM thread too.. Btw, if ur P2P is means torrenting, yes, u can. I did use BitTorrent both on my laptop & Hp, no issue so far
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Yeah I thought they would have Time too, but honestly I only checked the coverage on their website, maybe I should give a call?

p2p for torrenting and maybe some crypto stuff.

I guess Digi is my best option here then, thanks.
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post Yesterday, 09:22 PM

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Hmm... Digi 50mb package. I dunno consider slow or fast or what (I am noob in torrenting), at least can download will be good enough for me

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post Yesterday, 09:49 PM

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QUOTE(C_ST @ Sep 24 2021, 09:22 PM)
Hmm... Digi 50mb package. I dunno consider slow or fast or what (I am noob in torrenting), at least can download will be good enough for me

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Thats plenty fast already for 50Mbps connection

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