It doesn't give details of the upload speed on the broadband only section
and they really need to stop misleading potential customers with incorrect info
example Will speeds go up and down?
Yes, fibre broadband uses the same technology (Dynamic Line Management) as standard broadband to give you the best possible service.
You'll probably see your speed vary over the first 10 days, as the broadband system runs tests to find the best combination of stability and speed for your service.
This can cause your speeds to go up and down. You may even get disconnected a few times. Don't worry, this doesn't mean there's a problem, so please bear with it.
If you have a reasonably good circuit from master socket to dslam in FTTC cab then your sync speed should not change, if your connection isn't stable DLM with clobber you usually after the first 48hrs , there is no 10 day period that is utter bs
And if speeds sync speeds fluctuate then that could well be a sign that there is a line fault, the circuit should not disconnect apart from dlm intervention or network level maintenance /firmware roll-outs
Edited by tommy45 (Tue 16-Jun-15 23:46:25)