I wonder if someone could help answer this please?
I am current on BT Infinity Option 2 and paying a considerable sum for a service that's supposed to be "up to" 76 MBit/s. On initial connection a couple of years back, I was getting 74 Mbit which I thought was pretty good - I am about 100m from the cabinet.
But it's steadily and progressively dropped - I guess through increasing crosstalk - and I am seeing speeds of typically 56 Mbit
The new BT Infinity Option 1 now offers 52 Mbit and I am wondering why I am paying quite a bit extra for a service that is barely any faster.
Given that my line clearly will go faster than 52 Mbit, can I assume I will get 52Mbit on Infinity1? Or does it not work like that? Will I only get a fraction of the 52MBit and end up with perhaps 56/76 x 52 = 38Mbit
If I can get 52 MBit (actual) for quite a bit less money, I am temped to swap.