using this site:
VDSL Range A (Clean) 80 75.3 20 19 69.2 Available -- -- -- --
VDSL Range B (Impacted) 80 60 20 17.6 39.8 Available -- -- -- --
there's the 69.2 figure vodafone mentioned,and on the second line there's a 39.8 number very similar to the 35 ee promise, plus a range of 60-80 which is what they've quoted as a maximum. does range a mean "fibre from the cabinet to your house" and range b means "dodgy copper from a telegraph pole" or is there more to it?
note: recently the line from the telegraph pole to the house was replaced and a new master socket fitted (by bt engineers on ee's behalf) so there's absolutely no internal wiring to contend with.
thanks in advance for any info! I don't want to make a mistake out of ignorance now and be stuck with a slow connection for 18 months.
Edited by sehnsucht (Wed 16-Aug-17 07:57:24)