yep, it's wrong.
So VDSL2, over a 6km line (back to a cabinet) should be able to connect at more than 4Mbps?
Is there a cut-off point (beyond which ADSL2+ gains a speed advantage) or does OR's implementation of FTTC give ADSL "like" speeds [using VDSL2] over really long lines?
The main reason for doubt [that VDSL2 always equals or betters ADSL performance] is there are plenty of posts from people who've switched, to FTTC, from ADSL (or ADSL2+) only to find their connection speed is a fraction of their old ADSL/ADSL2+ speeds.
vDSL2 FTTC Infinity with BT
DL Sync 80Mbps
UL Sync 20Mbps