The BT estimate for my number is "up to 54.8Mbps". A bit of conservatism is fine, but that's ridiculous!
More to the point, 70.8Mbps is the highest it's ever been; even when I first went to 80/20 about 18 months ago it was only about 68-69Mbps (as far as I can remember), and it was down in the low 60's for a while (around 8 months ago). I find it hard to believe that the number of users on my cabinet has dropped since then... could BT be doing some unpublicised field trials of vectoring, and could this explain the above?
(The modem is a bog-standard HG612, one of the early ones that were mostly swapped out because of over-heating, but mine escaped)
eta- Or has anyone got a simpler explanation?
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Edited by billford (Thu 08-Aug-13 14:19:22)