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Maybe if it was a constant 2 Mb/s it wouldn't be and I doubt no one would complain if it was. But round here you would be lucky if you were able to get a fifth of that once peak time started which I think is from 6 pm onwards. The very time most people would be using it.
That's awful, but it doesn't have anything to do with ADSL technology. That's all congestion at the backbone.
They can't sustain 2 Mb/s per connection at peak hour? What is this, 1999?
From what I understand, anything higher than the bandwidth of a voice channel is "broad".
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