My line syncs around 15mbps. It is roughly 900 yards from the cabinet.
Apart from saving for the next 10 years to pay for fibre on demand, what are the chances of people with longer lines being able to receive closer to the 40Mbps plus of others ?
Although if FTTP on demand installation costs £1,500 at ten years that works out to £2.88 a week. I'm sure you could afford more?
But of course you were just being flippant.
No, there are other more (in the short term at least) cost effective options. You could have a second phone line installed and a second FTTC connection installed, each should sync at roughly what you're getting now but with an ISP that supports MLPPP you would see it as one single 30 meg line
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