All ADSL services are dependent on the quality and distance of the copper wiring between a customer’s location and the point where the copper joins the core fibre optic network, which is typically the local BT exchange. However, with the upgrading of the network, the core fibre optic network is being delivered right up to the green cabinets you see dotted along the side of roads, thus replacing vast lengths of old copper wire.
This in turn is revolutionising the broadband speeds that are available. The number of businesses that can benefit from FTTC is increasing all the time as Openreach upgrade the network.
To check what types of broadband service you can obtain (including FTTC), please click this SPEED CHECKER link and follow the prompts.