With the recent ASA/CAP rules than came into place on April 1st, we spent alot of time speaking to the ASA and getting our web site checked over for clarity.
Naturally we have kept a close eye on how the legal bods at the bigger ISPs have read the guidelines. A number of changes have started to appear, but the one that has confused me is BT Retail which IMHO has not (at time of writing) got into the spirit of things.
I can see they have lowered the up to speeds (up to speeds are allowed btw editors of TBB, we confirmed with ASA) from 20Mbps to 16Mbps (interesting; and unexpected), however I now note they word everything as "in a high speed area"....again an interesting phrase.
Clarity in the legal bit seems to make claim that 80% of people are in a "high speed area". Our own data would not place 80% of our customers in what I presume BT are claiming as 21CN (ADSL2+ upgraded) areas, let alone 16Mbps.
Whilst I can see that the line checker on their site does give you line data, as it always has, I can not find any examples of "'X% of our customers receive speeds below YMbps for service ABC'" on their site.
I know it's early days.