Hi Folks, I probably should have said that you are more likely to see SDSL marketed under a brand name for business broadband, may not mention anywhere in the literature that it is SDSL but the giveaway is that down = up.
I am very lucky where I live, Wight Cable (now Wight Fibre) have run FTTC, fibre to the cabinet,or in most cases the corner.
This started with 2Mb broadband and enabled us to ditch BT ISDN 2 lines paired, 2line rentals bloody expensive for 128Kb service. Now every time Wight Fibre increase their top end they ditch a bottom end and bump us up, no download limit, no bandwidth throttling after installing windows and doing all the updates!
DSL is only 3/4 of the description of your service, sounds like you have ADSL, Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, it is usual for upload to only be a small fraction of the download speed. To get round this you would need SDSL, Symmetric DSL which generally has as the name implies equal upload and download speeds, you better need it though as it is usually expensive.
thanks. I have seen ADSL did not understand what the A really meant (knew A stood for Asymmetric but I failed to think about it). I have never seen SDSL.
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