Of the wireless services I've seen sensible testing of then speeds in the 15 to 25 Mbps range seem possible now.
Whether a 30 Mbps baseline is feasible is the question, and in some areas this is the case, hence the use of fixed wireless in parts of Lincolnshire.
At the end of the day BT is going to push FTTC as it feels that is the answer, a sat provider will push guess what, a wireless provider and a FTTP builder - yeap you are right.
I watched the PAC stream so do remember Mr James. It is enlightening to look at the retail products from UK Broadband
Package Busy Period Usage
LTE Lite 50MB per/hour
LTE Standard 150MB per/hour
LTE Advanced 350MB per/hour
LTE Premium 1000MB per/hour
Those are not hard limits but they do say 'NOT intended to be hard limits but if a user were to regularly exceed limits such as these then we may have to take appropriate action as defined above and within our AUP' and busy period appears to be vague but encompasses after 8am and up to around midnight.
up to 40Mbps download and 5Mbps upload speeds
£21.50 through to £40 per month for advanced.
Now I watch streamed movies, at around 2GB/hour (not uncommon) so reading FUP suggests I should be on Premium which is £49.17+VAT on the business pages.
Hardly sounds like a service that is ready for large numbers of users to watch TV at the same time, and this is the way the market is heading.