ADSL/ADSL2+(Broadband Speed)

  peter_l1993 22:12 13 Mar 08
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Hello,
Wasn't sure where to post this, so I posted it here.
I'm currently in the process of ordering O2 broadband and I was wondering whether they use ADSL or ADSL2+ because samknows.com says on my line:
ADSL is available at ~6.5Mbps
ADSL2+ is available at ~16Mbps
So, my question is, since I'm ordering the 8Mbps package, if I later upgraded to the 16Mbps package, would I recieve the 6.5Mbps or the round-aboutish 16Mbps?
Sorry if I'm not making any sense but I hope you understand what I mean.
Thanks

  peter_l1993 22:39 13 Mar 08

Never mind. I've contacted O2 and they'll get back to me shortly.

  Stuartli 00:03 14 Mar 08

ADSL2+ is capable of speeds up to 24MB - ADSL2 for the "up to 8MB".

You need a router which has the ability to handle ADSL2+ speeds; top speed for a USB modem is "up to 8MB" with suitable drivers.

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