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As Keith has said, BT Consumer is just an ISP and not the network infrastructure provider - that would be Openreach.
I will answer your questions in the numbered order you has posted them.
Thank you @Keith_Beddoe and also @jac_95 for the extensive response. Very kind of you both for taking the time to respond. I have checked google maps on the two PCP cabinets and the one closest to me is the Malvern Exchange Cabinet 20 which happens to be Bellars Lane. That is the one in the photos I had taken. Approx 0.1 miles away from my home.
I have used BT Broadband Checker and it states the following for my phone number:
Does this mean I will get the 30mb down and 10mb up speeds that I would require?
Also I wanted to find out if this cabinet box is actually "Live" It says accepting orders on the website but when I check on the superfast broadband worcestershire website is states that Malvern 20 on Bellars Lane is sheduled to go live April - May of this year.
Confused & hope you can help!
You should get 55Mbs down connection speed on Infinity 1, and between 69Mbs and 80Mbs with Infinity 2.
Infinity 1 is up to 10Mbs upload speed, and Infinity 2 would be up to 20Mbs upload speed.
Both are showing as available, so the choice is yours.
Thanks @Keith_Beddoe That's good to know.
How exactly did you work that out from the numbers though?
Also will these be guaranteed speeds as my work states I definitely need 10Mb upload speeds and 30Mb down.
Provided your internal wiring is correct, you should get a BT Infinity connection speed in VDSL range A.
Infinity 1 has a software limit of maximum 55Mbs connection speed and 10Mb max upload speed. In practice the upload connection speeds is likely to be about 6Mbs on Infinity 1
Upload speed is not guaranteed, but if you want a better chance of a 10Mb upload speed, you would be advised to opt for BT Infinity 2, which has up to 20Mbs upload connection speed.