i just had a conversation with bt options dept i am on infinity one unlimited up to 38 mbps i asked about infinity two but the nice man was honest and said i would get the same speed on infinity two as i am getting on infinity one so why is this he says it is because of the distance i am from exchange infinity two is up to 76 mbps
Infinity 1 and Infinity are the same VDSL2 technology underneath. The difference is that if you connect at say 44 Mbps on Infinity 2 you would get slightly higher downloads than if you bought Infinity 1 that is capped at 38 Mbps download speeds.
So yes distance from the cabinet is the factor, so only if you are nailing 37 to 38 Mbps on speed tests with 8 to 9 Mbps uploads too, is there a chance that an upgrade to Infinity 2 will give better speeds, i.e. it will remove the cap. How far can be judged from router stats or https://www.btwholesale.com/includes/adsl/main.html
Most people call the PCP the green box. A lot of Virgin Media cabinets are also green boxes.
The indispensable man or woman passes from the scene, and what happens next is more or less the same thing as was happening before.
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