The BT Wholesale Max services are now entering their second winter and while rate adaptive ADSL is nothing new, since it has been sold for many years in other countries, the use of DLM (Dynamic Line Monitoring) in the UK to try and automatically adjust lines has lead to many myths and legends arising.
BT Wholesale is in discussion with broadband providers as part of its process for writing an update to its Max DSL Myths and Legends document to clear up some of the misconceptions that exist around the Max products. BT would also like input from consumers in an effort to make the document as comprehensive as possible.
The aim at the end of this is to have a document that will be available to everyone that explains what really happens and dispels the various myths.
To this end we would like to welcome people to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the various myths you have heard about Max. We will compile a list that is visible publicly over on my own personal blog so that people can see what people have already submitted and then pass these onto BT Wholesale.
Item was originally in the news, but have made a copy on the bbs to ensure people have a chance to reply and add their comments