BT is expressly forbidden from charging differential prices for the same product in different areas, by nature of its Ofcom regulation. This is why they are more expensive, among other factors - they have to equalise the costs of serving lots on Market A exchanges.
If they were doing this (which they aren't), they would be in a hell of a lot of trouble.
Zyxel VMG8924-B10A VDSL2 modem/router & dual-line AAISP/Sipgate SIP modem. AAISP Home::1 80/20 150GB + copper pair on TTB (by req). Sync: 79987/20000 kbit/s, attainable ~91-94000/31-32000 kbit/s via ~180m of 1985 copper to ECI Cabinet 14, Milford Exchange (WMMFD)
Wanadoo ~2Mb (Orange takeover) > Freedom2Surf ~4Mb (TalkTalk takeover) > Virgin Media 10->30->50->70Mb (unnecessary second line as work reqd BT) > BT Inf 2 80Mb (04/17 rises, no retention offer) > Virgin Media 100Mb (awful pings
) > AAISP 80Mb
Edited by pernickitypedant (Thu 24-Aug-17 10:12:09)