If the OP wants it and is prepared to pay for it, why not? It might just give him an insight into what bandwidth costs.
If gaming means that much to him then he would be better off with a business connection (better SLA) and FTTPoD.
That is what I was trying to convey earlier, speed comes at a cost and most ISP customers are just not interested. The OP seemed to miss the point though.
Yes I would pay that to get those speeds and quality of the line and as off 2014 1400£plus 20%vat I would say that is money well spent
Then go for it, you would need to be a business custromer to get it but as said above the SLA is better.
If you are willing to pay for those speeds perhaps you should look into BT's Fibre to the Premises on Demand package once they start selling it again.
You will get speeds up to 330Mbps and it will only cost you £99 per month for the first three years with a one off connection charge of £750 and a distance based charge of £3.50 per meter for your line.
The usual average installation charge works out at between £1100 and £2500.
As you have said you would pay to get those speeds you should contact BT and ask to be put on the list for it as soon as it becomes available.
The full price list is here.
Please let us know when you have it installed and how good it is and what the installation cost etc was so that other who want it will have some sort of guide.
How do you know the nationality of any person on this forum. Do you have special powers that tell you this?
You have been given constructive advice, it is no ones fault if it is advice that you don't want hear.
The vast majority of people do not want t pay for a fast Internet connection. If they did why are so many people coming onto this forum to complain about the couple of pound increase that BT have implemented. Why do people always look around for the cheapest broadband package.
If you want faster broadband speeds you will have to accept that you wll need to pay substantially more.