The 10GB estimate was that, seems this research gives me a new figure of 14.9GB.
On the ADSL vs advertised speeds, do any of the people look at the ADSL drop-off charts for distance, and realise that technically 30-40% of advertised speed as an average is pretty spot on for what the charts predict. I guess interpreting data has gone out of the window these days.
The BT Infinity pricing, mmm cannot be used as total evidence that people will not pay for speed. Does it cost BT Total more to provide Infinity? Are they perhaps selling cheaply to ensure early take-up and then creep price over the years later (the Sky TV model). Did BT Total try selling Infinity at another price point and find out it did not sell?
Wonder how much the report cost? It reads like a summary of a lot of the data that has been around for a year or two, and offers perhaps no more insight than could be got from quizzing most broadband commentators for an hour or so.
People are using broadband for video, but they get annoyed when it does not play.
Rural areas will need help to get speeds that will keep up with the competition driven urban areas.
Satellite will have a part to play.
Wireless may have a part to play - if costs are low enough.
Edited by MrSaffron (Tue 08-Feb-11 10:19:14)