I have been very happy with my Virgin Media broadband for many years, great speed, reliable, no real problems. I now need broadband that will be good for video conferencing on a platform used by the company that I work for, they supply the software and I install it on my PC. I've tested this software out on my Virgin connection (SH2, not the SH3) and it is more or less OK except at times the connection drops, it cuts off randomly and I don't know why. I have been using a BQM here Virgin SH2 BQM and it looks pretty normal for Virgin with a SH2.
My question is, I want this to be as good as can be and I suspect that Virgin cable broadband may not the be the best choice for this. I'm thinking that switching to FTTC would be the better choice. It's the quality of the connection that I need, not speed. I've checked out my options and FTTC is in my area and I'm about half a kilometer from the FTTC cabinet.
Would I be better switching to FTTC ?
Edited by MrFinbar (Sun 15-Apr-18 14:14:04)