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Aspiring Contributor
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Message 101 of 106

Re: Speed jump

Just for information, they would NOT do this for me.   They said I would have to see out my contract, which has still got 10 months to run.   Although, with the price rises, presumably I could cancel it then and go elsewhere.  What will be interesting is if I cancel the Infinity 2 contract becuase of the price rise, and ask to be put on a new Infinity 1 one with BT

 

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Message 102 of 106

Re: Speed jump


@Geoffhailz wrote:

Just for information, they would NOT do this for me.   They said I would have to see out my contract, which has still got 10 months to run.   Although, with the price rises, presumably I could cancel it then and go elsewhere.  What will be interesting is if I cancel the Infinity 2 contract becuase of the price rise, and ask to be put on a new Infinity 1 one with BT

 


you need a gap of at least 30 days not with BT before you could get infinity 1 at new customer deal after exercising your right to cancel



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Message 103 of 106

Re: Speed jump

just out of curiosity, what is the theoretical maximum speed ADSL2 can achieve right now?

 

I have a Max Data Rate of 127 Mbit download and 30Mbit up obviously capped at 80/20

 

not too sure how far i am from the cabinet maybe 100 to 200 metres away

 

just interested as i'm more than happy with the connection and WiFi of the HomeHub6

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Message 104 of 106

Re: Speed jump

adsl2 is based on distance from the exchnage whereas fibre is distance form cabinet  if you basically lived in the exchange then adsl2+ could give 24mb connection speed



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Message 105 of 106

Re: Speed jump

my mistake i meant FFTC
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Message 106 of 106

Re: Speed jump

VDSL2 in it's present form can provide 100Mbps symetrically within 300mts of the cabinet. The investment necessary to supply this though would be huge.

 

GFast, I believe will be supplied via VDSL2-Plus with a theoretical speed of 300/100.

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