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CABLENET REVIEWS

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Question: Your rating for Cablenet
1 Star - Avoid - 18 (29.5%)
2 Stars - Not Recommended - 11 (18%)
3 Stars - Okay - 7 (11.5%)
4 Stars - Good - 8 (13.1%)
5 Stars - Excellent - 17 (27.9%)
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« on: April 19 2007 02:50AM »

If you have tried the broadband services of Cablenet please write a review about your positive and/or negative experiences.

If your review is based on past experiences please include the time period you have been using Cablenet.

Please post reviews about Cablenet only, and not about any other ISP or service. However feel free to compare Cablenet with other companies offering similar products.

Don't forget to cast your vote with your rating for Cablenet.
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« Reply #1 on: December 11 2007 09:48AM »

I have been connected to Cablenet for a year now and the service is excellent.They had some problems when they were upgrading there platform but they were previously informed via email and sms. The internet speed is great, the channels are very clear. Now they are offering telephony and 2 new channels LTV & Alpha. I'm paying 34.00 monthly and I'm happy. I'm waiting for there next offer.
I'm suggesting to you to put this service !!!!
They have also a great telephone support.

 

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« Reply #2 on: January 15 2008 11:48AM »

posted by pavlizz:"but they were previously informed via email and sms." i suppose you must work for cablenet or have an association with them then.
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« Reply #3 on: January 22 2008 11:12AM »

I have been in Cyprus for about 5 years and need a high speed connection for my work. I started with multiple ISDN lines.

I went for MyVision went it arrived and really struggled to get it to work properly. Eventually Cyta rewired outside and I rewired inside and we managed to get a decent internet service but the TV often had problems. 

About six months ago cablenet announced they had wired up my location so I decided to give them a try whilst keeping a double CYTA ISDN line as backup. I went for the 2mb download and 512k upload option. I had quite a few problems with Cyta just getting them to disconnect me from Myvision/netrunner ...

The cablenet install was efficient but what impressed me most was the speed. On average I get 4% above the declared speed before accounting for TCP/IP overheads whilst with ADSL lines I was lucky to get 85% of declared speed. The TV quality is very good too.

There were problems however :-

To start with the modem needed rebooting every other day. A friend had the same issue too but after a few months they fixed it and I don't think I have rebooted since.

A few months ago two channels disappeared without warning or any communication - I think they must conflict with the new LTV channels - but not to say anything ?!

When I decided to ditch my ISDN and put the number through cablenet (which is free), in changing it, they accidently cut my rate down to 512k/128k. A couple of phone calls fixed it but ...

My view : They are far from perfect but having experienced most of the other providers they are the least frustrating. If you are lucky to be covered then cablenet is probably the best value for money and in my experience the most stable service at the moment.

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« Reply #4 on: March 12 2008 03:40PM »

I have heard the best comments about cable net. Their only problem is that it takes them ages to cover a new area. In May 2006 I called them to install their service at my current apartment. They said in 1-2 months my area would be covered as it was the next on their lists. (Aglantzia). In July 2007 in the very day that I was moving apartment to go to another area they called me to tell me that FINALLY they are able now to cover (Aglantzia) . A bit to late for me but to the good luck of others in the area.


At the moment I am leaving near the Apollonion area near Makedonitissa. They have installed cables on all the pillars in my street since about September/October 2007. ( I know they are cablenet cables because i was here at my parents house on the day they were installing and I asked the people installing them what those cables were) The cables obviously are still not working. If they decide to work withing the next 1-2 months, I will consider trying their service. But I fear they will take another year until they decide to get them to work.

Other than that , I have only heard positive comments on cablenet and I am looking forward to testing their platforms for internet/telephony and tv aswell...I hope I am not dissapointed as I was with Primetel and I hope they hurry up and do something, because my friend who works at Cyta told me that cyta will have double for speed for less the money within the next 1-2 months. Cyta is just waiting for approval from the "competition committee" or whatever its called.
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« Reply #5 on: March 23 2008 11:30AM »

I have been using their internet service for about 3 months now and I must say that I am pleased with it. 

It's miles ahead of CYTA. They constantly give a little extra speed than subscribed for, 540/140 versus 512/128, a free static IP is included and they never throttled the speed neither do they set limits on the amount downloaded.

During the past month I downloaded 110GB and uploaded around 30GB at a constant maximum speed without the least problem.

As for their TV channels I don't have time to watch them much but the picture is nice and clear. For those that are into watching a lot of films  the basic package is no good, it has no film channels except TCM which does just old films. 

The only problem is that the modem has to be restarted each time the PC is started (or restarted) but I haven't yet checked it out with them because my PC is usually on for weeks on end and so for me it's hardly worth bothering with this issue.
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« Reply #6 on: April 15 2008 07:59AM »

I CANT WAIT ANYMORE. I SUBSRIBE TO CABLENET YESTERDAY.AT LAST WE WILL HAVE REAL INTERNET IN REAL PRICE. I HAD PRIMETEL THE TV WAS FREEZING THE REWIND AND FORWARD ON THEIR TV NEVER WORK AND AFTER YOU MUST RESTART ALL.HERE I WILL NO NEED SET TOP BOX THE PUT THE CHANNELS ON YOUR TV JUST AMAZING. AND THE MOST AMAZING I WILL PLAY MY ONLINE GAMES LIKE IS ON MY PC. CALL OF DUTY IM COMING... CABLENET ROCKS.
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« Reply #7 on: May 12 2008 12:00PM »

Re evales tis 4ara i tin 10ara grammi , ekama aitisi simera alla ekama gia tin 4 mbs kai skeftoumai na tin alla3w se 10ra , ti lalis ?
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« Reply #8 on: June 06 2008 10:58AM »

I have the 10mbps connection with the 1mpbs upload.

I am very happy with  the service .

From good sites and servers i can download 1.4mb per second and with peer to peer softwares usually i can download up to 1500 kbs per second and upload 110 kb per second .
But everything depends on the seeds and on the server. Sometimes i download from a webpage with 300kbs...

Now i can easily host a match in CALL OF DUTY 4 with 12 online players from all over the world. Sure all the Cyprios players that playing with me are full but the foreigners are one step below to 3 green lines.

If i am not the host then usually i play with 3 green lines which is very satsified.

Conclusion : 105 Euro for 10mbs connection , cable tv , and phone ? Great deal.

Cheers guys


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« Reply #9 on: June 06 2008 05:36PM »

you are lucky that cablenet support your area most areas in cyprus are not supported.
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« Reply #10 on: July 07 2008 02:22PM »

emena kalifkei me, evalan mou prin 3,4 mines stin geitonia mou, (likavitos/pallouriotissa).
den evala akoma gia ton logo oti den thelw static IP kai den thelw ta kanalia pou sou prosferoun.
mporei kanenas pou evale na mas pei posa piannei real speeds apo Rabitshare?
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« Reply #11 on: August 20 2008 11:23AM »

re paidia ti eksoplismo dinei i cablenet ? valte kanena link / foto. einai wireless o router tous?
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« Reply #12 on: August 20 2008 11:54AM »

Re file ma valoun sou Cablenet tziai en evales akoma? Tziai karteras thn Cyta?
Gia plirofories:
www.cablenet.com.cy
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« Reply #13 on: August 21 2008 10:44AM »

tha valw Cablenet apla eipan mou ma tous parw xarti pou ton diaxeiristi tis polikatikias gia na kanoune engkatastasi. kai perimenw na piasw ta xartia.
 sto site tous den exei kamia pliroforia gia ton eksoplismo pou dinoune. ti router einai kserw gw posa ethernet exei klp...
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« Reply #14 on: August 23 2008 05:41AM »

purchased talk/surf/view with 4mb down/ 512 k up. Downloading with 500KB/s uploading with 70KB/s. the telephone line is via cable other than pstn... much clearer than cytas pstn service.

To the guy that asked for equipment: they give you a cable modem and with 30 euros i think you can buy a wireless router(if u dont have yout own)
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