So, here I am stuck out on an exchange that looks unlikely to ever get anything exciting like ADSL2, or proper fibre. Since due to the lack of activity on this forum I'm guessing my poor evening speeds aren't due to a problem with bandwidth on IDNet's centrals, and more an issue for my local telephone exchange. Boo, BT suck, etc.
Back in the day when I used to work for PlusNet for my sins, there was a lower contention ratio product you could go on that would give you supposedly better speeds. This I assume is what Supermax is, moving you onto a different virtual path, if I remember any of the terminology correctly. So the question is - if I plump for paying £35 a month for essentially the same 8Mbit connection I have, how good are the chances that I'll actually have a decent speed link in the evenings when everyone else in the village is busy downloading Strictly on the old iPlayer?
Anyone who has experience with having made the switch under these circumstances?