I've been trying to check various sources for loop length and rates on VDSL2+. They don't seem to match up however.
I've seen the max rates 100Mb symmetrical touted for upto 1000-2000 ft. 50 Mb for 3,200 ft and then it slowly degrading. So I guess 40Mb is theoretically possible at 4,000+ ft. But I doubt I'd be so lucky.
Annoyingly there is a Digital Region cabinet located 1,000 ft away from me at the far end of my road, which would be more ideal. But it doesn't appear I'd be connected to that one. =(
I just refuse to pay £75 installation fee and £25 a month and not be getting full benefits of a FTTC connection. So I will probably wait on my current connection until something changes for the better.
Connected with O2 Broadband Standard 8.6Mb/1.2Mb
Edited by LeJimster (Mon 08-Aug-11 23:57:59)