I've had a number of issues over the past year, but am relatively content with my connection at the moment. Previously it was frequent disconnections I was getting, several engineer visits - ultimately it took the heavy rain from a little while ago to cause damage, that ironically fixed everything. My phone line would cut out and come back, running the test showed a fault at the cabinet which was reported. And that was swiftly fixed, since that day, my connection has not dropped once - besides a power cut that affected the whole street. Anyway, I just wanted to vent and get that off my chest, after all the excuses, the emails, the home visits, it ultimately took the weather to cause damage before my issue was completely resolved.
Anyway, my concern today seems rather trivial in comparison, but it's something I've been meaning to enquire about.
On my devices, both wired and wireless my speed typically comes in at 32mb download. When looking at the BT Hub 6 stats it's reporting a download speed of above 36mb (BT WIFI is disabled). Should my speed, especially over a wired connection be close to what is reported on the Hub 6? Has some kind of cap been placed to limit my speed?