If your estimate is a 2mb connection speed then your download speed would be lower than that and if you then used a wireless connection then your download speed would be even lower still making stable streaming questionable
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It's not BT that is stopping Virgin installing cable it is Virgin themselves who don't appear to be installing any new cabling
We have a broadband connection between 0.8Mbps and 1.4Mbps and we Chromecast Netflix to the TV. The Chromecast must have a very good compression rate as playing Netflix or iPlayer on the TV over our slow Broadband connection it still has a good quality stream.
Though, when someone else is streaming BBC iPlayer per say on another device then the quality does drop. Pings also tend to be jump when multiple users are on the Internet.
We have QOS enables both on downstream and upstream to control the bandwidth and prioritise network traffic, this has helped control the latency and bandwidth with muliple devices using the Internet at once.
Though if a device is connected to the router and on, then it shouldn't cause any issues if it's not currently using the Internet.
TT have their own exchange equipment but the cables from the exchnage to youe home will be the same so connection should be similar but only sure way is to move to BT. with a conenction of only 2mb I would doubt a move will be worth it