How good are you at changing the laws of physics?
Even when/if profile 30 is rolled out it will not offer very much extra (if any) to those far away from the cabinet. Maybe a power increase or a new modem front end might improve the reception of low power signals but that is unlikely and even if it did the increase obtained would be small.
No need for sarcastic remarks, obviously the OP does not wish to bend the laws of physics. If he had posted a few years ago, unable to get adsl due to a long time, you would have no doubt given the same reply of 'How good are you at changing the laws of physics?' Then a few years alter, fttc is released and suddenly he can get broadband without changing the laws of physics.
As to the opening poster, Broadband is indeed improving in terms of fiber deployments. Fttc is the first baby step towards everyone getting FTTP in a few years. It's simply inevitable that this will happen given the broadband race so many countries are involved in.
Just wait it out and you will get a FTTP connection in the next few years. Even the most rural of locations will eventually have it too, it's simply a matter of time. Lets hope its within 5-10 years rather than 20 though