Reply to post: Re: FTTN average speed faster than FTTP with Labor speed tiers

nbn™ adds premises to FTTC, HFC, slims down FTTN build

mathew42
FAIL

Re: FTTN average speed faster than FTTP with Labor speed tiers

> Apparently the average of FTTN is 78Mbps but only 60% of FTTN users can get faster than 50Mbps

If those unsourced numbers are correct, then it means that the 40% with lines delivering < 50Mbps must be closer to the 50Mbps speed to result in a 78Mbps average speed.

> laiming FTTP cant even deliver 100Mbps now.

The full quote points out that the cause is the speed tiers which mean only a small shrinking minority (14%) are accessing 100Mbps speeds.

Of course you continue to consider yourself one of the special ones who will connect at 100Mbps and in doing so, provide evidence of your lack of care for the other 86% and fail to understand that 1Gbps will be reserved for an even more special group (the top 1%).

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