Here you goThe only way to determine whether you're on PIE or TW is by performing a traceroute.
Try performing in command prompt
and share your results here.
TW usually has better pings to Singapore than PIE (at my end, pings to Singapore are botched on PIE, but even if they're not at your end, it's easy to perform a comparison).
That's PIE, alright (TW routes it through Equinix Singapore).Here you go
30 Mb is my package. I have checked via ethernet too with only single device connected. The variations are present depending upon location I select.That's PIE, alright (TW routes it through Equinix Singapore).
I saw your speedtests earlier - they range between 15Mbps and 25Mbps. What's your package speed? If it's 25Mbps, then the UAE server is giving you full speeds. You can try other random servers in Europe to see whether you're consistently getting 25Mbps (+- 2 mbps).
You can always try testing different servers when in doubt (also make sure that no one else is using your network at the time).
There is one more thing which you could take a look at: your wifi channels. If you're on 2.4Ghz, try changing the channels (best to use a program like Wifi Analyzer - see the Windows marketplace - or something similar on your phone to see how congested your wifi network channel is, and change it).
But to rule out the effects of wifi, use ethernet and then see.
Edit: you can use speedtest.net as well - just don't pick a Pakistani server.
It could very well be a backhaul issue in your neighborhood - or something messed up at the ISP end.30 Mb is my package. I have checked via ethernet too with only single device connected. The variations are present depending upon location I select.
Yesterday, I was getting very poor speeds on local servers as well. Today they are fine atleast on local servers and better on some International servers as well.
Seems like some backend issue from Stormfiber.
Thank you for all your helpIt could very well be a backhaul issue in your neighborhood - or something messed up at the ISP end.
Now that you've done a few basic diagnostics, you should be able to talk to their customer service reps (hoping you get a decent rep who understands).
Perfect way to gather phone numbers and begin spamming people. Not saying that may be your intention, but as a random stranger on the internet, I wouldn't trust a group like this.
You are right but WhatsApp is the most common platform which is available to almost everyone. Fiberlink, PTCL, other ISPs already have users WhatsApp groups operating and they are very helpful.Perfect way to gather phone numbers and begin spamming people. Not saying that may be your intention, but as a random stranger on the internet, I wouldn't trust a group like this.
This forum - or any other chat platform (e.g. Discord or Telegram) which lets you pick a username without revealing personal information (such as your phone number) are better alternatives.
But it's better to use a public forum for the benefit of everyone.