So basically before like the last 1-2 weeks, my ping was consistent on 60ping and my download speeds were around 90mbps, but as of recently my internet has been acting up and been on a consistent 140 ping. I don't know if this is just in the Northern Territory, because a couple of friends with TPG are experiencing the same issue, and it just seems weird because before TPG has always been pretty good and had stable connections.
Welcome to TPG Community!
We're sorry to know that you're having issues with the service and we'd like to help get to the bottom of this.
Please PM us your TPG customer ID, username and complete address so we can pull up the account.
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Hi @Angel314, thanks for providing the account details via PM. We have checked the status of your connection and we are not detecting any fault on the line or network that may affect the performance of the service, but we'd like to look into this further.
Please PM us your best contact number and most convenient time to receive a call tomorrow.
Hi @Angel314, our Technical Team tried to contact you, but to no avail.
To make it easier for us to identify the exact nature of the problem, we'd be asking you to conduct a series of tests with your network.
Please run these tests during the time when the issue happens.
Please be aware that these instructions are for WINDOWS Computers. Should you be using a MAC computer or any other operating system please let us know so we could check if we have instructions for you.
BEFORE STARTING THE TEST, PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:
These tests would require you to access the command prompt of your computer (for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7).
To access it please follow these instructions:
Also, these tests would require you to be able to get screenshots of your computer. A Screenshot is a function on your PC which allows you to save a copy of what your desktop looks like at the moment.
To make screenshots, push the "PRT SCR" or "PRINT SCREEN\\\" button on your keyboard. (Usually found on the upper right hand side across the F12 and beside the Scroll Lock).
Once done, open up a Microsoft Word document or Microsoft Paint.
Click Edit > Paste and you will see a picture of your desktop saved on the document.
I. CONTINUOUS PING:
We should have 3 ping test results
II. TRACE ROUTE
III. SPEED TESTS:
Once you\'re done, please send the screenshots to email@example.com.
We hope to hear from you soon.