1) Currently I have been estimated speeds of Up to 32.2 Mbps Down and Up to 5.9 Up. Will this be the maximum speed I will be able to achieve or will it go faster? is it capped at this rate at the cabinet?
2) What are the chances that this speed estimation will increase in the near future?
3) Will I now be able to get FoD service when it becomes more commercially viable in the near future as I am on a FTTC enabled cabinet?
4) Can I upgrade to a faster service if I pay a little more like ask to be put onto the 80/20 unlimited package even though I have been estimated at 32Mbps / 6Mbps?
5) Am I better off sticking with Sky or switching over onto PN or over onto BT for higher speed rates
6) Do you think as the service is so new in my area is why the estimation of speed is so low compared to other types of FTTC services like the 80/20 packages. (which is available in the next street to mine)
7) Could it just ba a case of supply and demand at present which has dictated the speeds they are currently offering me? Do you think they are just waiting for more users to come onto my cabinet and then bump the speeds up higher?
8) What does Fibre Multicast mean/do/provide?
9) How long does it take to move from a fully unbundled services providers LLU network over onto PlusNet Fibre service (approx).
Have you got any hints or tips I should look out for if I decide to take the plunge and move to PN (Good Deals, etc)?
Thanks for any help/comments/advise !
Here is my Availability Checker stats
WBC FTTC Up to 32.2 Up to 5.9 -- Available
WBC ADSL 2+ Up to 8 -- 5.5 to 15 Available
WBC ADSL 2+ Annex M Up to 8 Up to 1 5.5 to 15 Available
ADSL Max Up to 3.5 -- 2.5 to 6.5 Available
WBC Fixed Rate 2 -- -- Available
Fixed Rate 2 -- -- Available
Fibre Multicast -- -- -- Available