Hi there , so ive come here just for abit more info . Basically im moving to a property and a telephone pole is directly infront on the property . I checked speeds online and it says i can get between 71-73 whci his very very good theres only a mb difference of what it tells me . But the cabinet is quite far away down a long main road . I was just wondering i know if u dont have full fibre and you have access to the standard max speeds of 80/20cab if from the cabinet to the telephone pole is it full fibre and then from the pole to your house a copper wire ? because if i was on a copper wire straight from the house all the way down the long main road on a copper wire surley i wouldnt get near the 80download mark and the braodband websites would widen there range of the amount of speed i can get to the property ?
Long story short : From the BT/Openreach cabainet to a telephone pole is it full fibre to the pole and then a copper wire to the house ?
If the speed checker is showing VDSL speeds of 71-73, then your line will be fibre to the cabinet and then copper from the cabinet to your house. You will get that sort of speed at about 300-350 metres from the cabinet.
Just post the results of the checker.
That link is from 2014 and as far as I'm aware, the technology was never deployed.