[OFFICIAL] Dreamnet - Discussion

Levinurion

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Oct 13, 2016
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Since none giving a solid answer here regarding to my issue, i jus decided to post something on my own. I recently switched from Connect to Ebone Network/Dreamnet. Gotta say it is pretty decent compared to what I had. It has been a month and I have not faced any sort of disconnections, ping issues nor packet loss:

I am paying for 4 MBPS which costs me 1100 RS. Surprisingly I am getting more than 4 MBPS: http://www.speedtest.net/result/7569503651.png

And here are some speeds that somehow started to increase more during the downloading of Saints Row: Third on Steam: Imgur: The magic of the Internet Imgur: The magic of the Internet


I am also getting pretty decent pings on EU and nearby servers on CSGO:

ams: 130ms via direct route
bom: 43ms via dxb (front=18ms, back=25ms)
dxb: 18ms via direct route
eat: 235ms via tyo (front=147ms, back=88ms)
fra: 128ms via direct route
hkg: 108ms via direct route
iad: 197ms via lhr (front=126ms, back=71ms)
lhr: 126ms via direct route
lux: 131ms via fra (front=128ms, back=3ms)
maa: 61ms via dxb (front=18ms, back=43ms)
mad: 147ms via direct route
man: 143ms via sgp (front=77ms, back=66ms)
par: 129ms via direct route
sgp: 77ms via direct route
sto: 147ms via fra (front=128ms, back=19ms)
sto2: 147ms via fra (front=128ms, back=19ms)
tyo: 147ms via direct route
vie: 133ms via direct route
waw: 143ms via vie (front=133ms, back=10ms)


Here are all the packages and their rates: Imgur: The magic of the Internet


Lmk what you guys think bout this connection and if there is a dreamnet/ebone user, he/she can also give their opinion bout the service.
 

Sky7

Beginner
Jan 9, 2012
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Karachi
I have actually tried dreamnet twice, tried them first time around 6 years ago and used to get good pings in games then switched to connect/stopped using internet, last year I called my local dealer and he installed dreamnet, was getting good pings in games with no packet loss issues or anything except connectivity issues because of fiber/local wire problems (that is excepted tho), stable ping of around 140ms to EU servers and around 30ms to Dubai server. I also really liked their entertainment portal "emasti.pk".

Suddenly my ISP switched internet service from dreamnet to cybernet, after a few months switched service again to some local broadband I don't know the name of which means I lost access to emasti.pk (dreamnet) and ebravo.pk (cybernet) portals and now I'm looking to change my ISP to either leonet or logon broadband.

I may also add that I had ping problems with connect internet starting from evening, pings were good at morning only.
 

AzizUrRehman

Active member
May 26, 2016
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Karachi,Pakistan
I am using national broadband powered by cyber net 50mb package and it is working perfect without any ping/speed issues.
They have portal ebravo.pk
Currently my connection is on cat6 cable that comes directly from dealer home from main giga switch but soon he will shift my connection to ftth by laying fiber into my home .

I am getting approx 300mb downloading speed on sharing portal because of giga ports.


If you guyzs have national broadband service available so must try and cable net services totally depends on dealer.


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Levinurion

Beginner
Oct 13, 2016
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How much do their packages cost you, also is it exactly like cable net where the guy comes and fits the cable to poll? I might get them, I heard they are available at my block. Although I am pretty happy with what I have right now but just in-case.

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I have actually tried dreamnet twice, tried them first time around 6 years ago and used to get good pings in games then switched to connect/stopped using internet, last year I called my local dealer and he installed dreamnet, was getting good pings in games with no packet loss issues or anything except connectivity issues because of fiber/local wire problems (that is excepted tho), stable ping of around 140ms to EU servers and around 30ms to Dubai server. I also really liked their entertainment portal "emasti.pk".

Suddenly my ISP switched internet service from dreamnet to cybernet, after a few months switched service again to some local broadband I don't know the name of which means I lost access to emasti.pk (dreamnet) and ebravo.pk (cybernet) portals and now I'm looking to change my ISP to either leonet or logon broadband.

I may also add that I had ping problems with connect internet starting from evening, pings were good at morning only.

Connect wasn't really stable for me, it had a lot of problems and gaming ki maa bhen kar di ti. I heard it is good in Bahawalpur area.
 

Sky7

Beginner
Jan 9, 2012
28
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Karachi
How much do their packages cost you, also is it exactly like cable net where the guy comes and fits the cable to poll? I might get them, I heard they are available at my block. Although I am pretty happy with what I have right now but just in-case.

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Connect wasn't really stable for me, it had a lot of problems and gaming ki maa bhen kar di ti. I heard it is good in Bahawalpur area.
Dreamnet packages? 700 rs for 1mb and 800 for 2mb when I used it last time.
 

wasifhassan97

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Jan 15, 2014
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I subscribed to DreamNet last year and yes it's pretty good. My local Cable Operator told me about it. PTCL was not an option for me so I had to.
Also the packages he told me about are higher than what you posted, I started off with 6 mbps for 1800 pkr and now since 5 months I'm paying 2000 pkr for the same speed BUT I get maximum 550 KBps whereas it should be above 600 and 750 KBps maximum (6 mbps = 750 KBps)
 
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harry123

Newbie
Jan 13, 2019
16
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I subscribed to DreamNet last year and yes it's pretty good. My local Cable Operator told me about it. PTCL was not an option for me so I had to.
Also the packages he told me about are higher than what you posted, I started off with 6 mbps for 1800 pkr and now since 5 months I'm paying 2000 pkr for the same speed BUT I get maximum 550 KBps whereas it should be above 600 and 750 KBps maximum (6 mbps = 750 KBps)
You need to check whether you are subscribe to 6mb package or dealer lied to you. Goto there and enter your credentials and tell me what package you are on http://www.dnt.net.pk/dntpanel
 

harry123

Newbie
Jan 13, 2019
16
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I logged in and it doesn't mentions a particular speed but displays that I'm on an "EXPRESS" package. Weird, huh?
So it turns out Express is 4mbps!!
yup! the dealer has lied to you ! agli bar khud ja kar 6 mbps ka package khulwana phir paisay dena
 
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