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Standard User BarrRed
(newbie) Mon 21-Sep-15 13:46:45
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Fibre range estimate from our ADSL2+ quality?


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Hi there.
Long time lurker to this great site with a question on fibre as I can now order it.

Our Exchange Only Sky ADSL2+ line has been good and can get about 17-19Mb. I haven't really had any issues with noise and line seems to be stable.
Fibre has a range of 22 - 32Mbs per the BT checker for me which makes sense due to Cab distance (I think its been installed beside the exchange).

My question - as its not covered in the FAQ - is can I expect to receive the higher A non impacted FTTC estimate due to a good ADSL rate? Does that quality aspect of the line carry over as the copper and house wiring seems ok?

Is there any adsl router diagnostic figures which would continue over to fibre?

Thanks in advance
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 21-Sep-15 14:32:12
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Re: Fibre range estimate from our ADSL2+ quality?


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Not really, the frequency range of VDSL2 is such that things that do not affect ADSL2+ can have a major impact on it.

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Standard User BarrRed
(newbie) Mon 21-Sep-15 14:35:25
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Re: Fibre range estimate from our ADSL2+ quality?


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Ah ok. Thanks for replying MrSaffron, its appreciated.


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