I am on Infinity 2 and 800 m from the cabinet. Typically I get 17 Mbps down and 2.8 up. I complained to BT who sent a technician who said everythjiing was working properly and nothing could be doen to give me a speed boost. BT have never admitted it but I believe I am on alumkinium cables which have more attenuation than copper. BT then sent me a deadlock letter.
I told my neighbour about this and he complained too. BT sent a technician who found some spare copper pairs on the other side of the road, ran an overhead cable to our pole and connected him to copper. He now gets 51 down and 8 up. Other neighbours typically get 36 Mbps.
Is it fair that I get a deadlock letter and he gets a major speed improvement?
Nobody at BT, from Gavin Patterson to Stephen Reid, will respond to my emails or phone messages.
I will have to wait for the Telecomms Ombudsman to sort it out.
Surely this is ridiculous that BT will have to pay for the Ombudsman to ajuducate when I have found the solution and proved that it works with my neighbour?