Originally Posted by ZFedora
Same deal with the US, except with the UK, ISPs have a different SLA which give you guys more speed around the cities
Fair enough, but its the fact that in the US, i believe, you have an infrastructure there for high speed internet, i don't want to use 4G as an example but i'm going to have to. The phones that are capable of using 4G speeds can do so in the US and receive great d/u speeds. In the UK, at the moment, there is no such infrastructure of 4G, and there is only 1 company currently rolling it out, even then it is only in one spot.
In the US,am i right in thinking if you want
to have fibre you can? Because in the UK, the only way to get fibre outside of cities is to rally people in your neighborhood together and sign a petition for BT to come lay fibre cables.