Installed some 200 Mbps adaptors last week and the utility was reporting 140Mbps.
2 posts • joined 18 Aug 2011
Quoting the wrong figures
Area of UK: 243,610 km2
Area of Scotland: 78,772 km2 - almost one-third of the UK*, and that's not allowing for all the water in between the land.
So should that 16% should be doubled? Well, part of the cost - exchange equipment, for example - is related to population, but low density means a lot of cable and cabinets.
*The BBC, with its skewed TV weather map, tries to disguise this fact.