The BT Wholesale checker says I should get 3-7Mbps downstream range (and up to 4Mbps downstream line rate) on my line but for the past three years I've got a consistent 8Mbps throughput (measured by SamKnows) and the router shows a sync speed of up to 10Mbps (although that normally stabilises at just over 9Mbps).
The same line shows 5.3-9Mbps downstream line rate on VDSL Range A on the BT Wholesale Checker.
So I'm wondering whether I would actually get any speed improvements by moving to VDSL? The "on the ground" ADSL performance is better than the checker would suggest, but could I also expect VDSL to perform better as well, or would the extra sensitivity of VDSL mean I might only see the "as advertised" speed i.e. no better than I have today with ADSL2+?
I obviously don't want to end up paying more for VDSL but get no better performance than I have today on ADSL2+. Any thoughts on this situation much appreciated!
Edited by tivo_lad (Tue 09-Aug-16 19:12:34)