I may not be all that competent when it comes to BB but I am more so confused by what is claimed as superfast BB.
I live in a rural area where according the manager of the BT Chairmans Office [Business] in Glasgow, the conductors providing the telephone service are known to be unreliable, possibly dating back to the 1960s and a mixture of aluminium and copper.
In September last year our nearest cabinet was connected FTTC and I took the opportunity to make use of the facility. I am about 1600 metres by conductor route from the cabinet.
The service provided is described as superfast up to 38Mbps. In fact it is about 18 Mbps and getting slower.
When BT, the Council and the world in general claim percentage success of up to 90% superfast BB, am I included in that percentage? - even though I am not getting superfast BB.
Further, are all those people who could be but are not connected to the cabinet FTTC also included in that 90%.
In short does 90% mean all those who truly receive superfast BB, or does it include all those who in an ideal world might be able to receive superfast BB if they chose to do so?