Nope, speedtester.bt.com gives the same speeds as speedtest.net. It's just the TB tester that seems to record 2Mbps lower.
Most of the tests are over wireless, however when I've done some over ethernet the results are the same.
From what you're saying the throughput is a bit low for our given sync speed, but that the real improvements will come if we can get the target SNR reduced (downstream and upstream).
BTW, when the Openreach engineer visited last Friday he simplified our wiring and installed a modern socket, and ran the usual tests which showed a very low number of faults over a 5 min test period (16 on upstream, 2 on downstream to be precise) so there's nothing wrong with the line...
I'll be getting on the blower to EE shortly.
Edit - Have just spoken to EE and it turns out we're still in the stabilisation period so they're saying nothing can be done for another few days...
Edited by timpent (Wed 12-Dec-12 14:09:27)