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It might just be related to network capacity at the server end originally vs. now.

Last time I checked I was getting just about real time on a wireless connection to a cable modem that generally measures at around 3.1 Mbps - not that that means I can stream or begin viewing midway through the DL, mind you...
 

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wilrod said:
Another question: do you have a VoIP phone? If so, your router may be configured to reserve bandwidth for the phone in order to maintain a consistent quality/experience when in use.
Bandwidth settings for VOIP (Quality of Service / QoS) affect the upstream pipe but not the downstream. The home router doesn't do anything to prioritize downstream traffic (e.g., Unbox programs vs. VOIP or something else).
 
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