Need to know the quality of Cybernet

SK1RF

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Assalam Alikum,
If anybody in the forum use cybernet can you please tell me the quality of their network and are they worth buying.
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maazsk97

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Assalamalikum, I have it and its pretty bad now a days, it used to be good but for the past few months their service has been going downhill. Random disconnections and random high pings, packet loss throughout the day. Its getting worse than PTCL at this point. Would not recommend their service at all. Btw who is your current ISP?
 
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