> People who are in the areas that already got connected with FTTN have been having lots of issues with loss of synch low synch speeds & poor throughput due to the poor condition of the old copper.
According to this article, only 6% of FTTN connections are less than <25Mbps. Interestingly 32% are > 75Mbps.
I'd suggest that congestion caused by ISPs not purchasing sufficient CVC to sell unlimited plans.
If you have a problem with FTTN, first mount a convincing argument why the minimum speed should be 100Mbps. This would then exclude FTTN as an option.