Now all that aside, it seems my post code is enabled but my individual link (and the rest of my street + the primary school up the road) is not. BT's wholesale check does not even list FTTC on the list, only "Fibre Multicast"... how many TV stations are in rural Cornwall? None. Useless.
Superfast Cornwalls' guy said it will be enabled by September or I could pay for FTTH on-demand which will cost me about £10k. This conflicts with the BT checker, which does not even list it...but why would I be able to get fibre multicast if there is no FTTC or FTTH?
The wierd thing is I was connected straight to the DOBWALLS telephone exchange which is 4km of telephone line, I synced at 4mbit and would download at around 380KB/s. Now I am connected to the cabinet which is around 700 meters away and I only sync at 2.5mbit and download at around 190KB/s.
This makes no sense to me. Unfortunatly DMT tool won't work with my Linksys router, and I can't telnet into it so I can't get any line stats.
Screenshot of BT wholesale:
Stuck on 2mbit for last 5 years - 56k for 15 years before that. Council house development gets 100mbit fibre for free whilst the middle and upper class pay for 2mbit. Awesome!