Lizard1977: On a slightly related note, if wifi is so poor for UFB (though UFB seems to "max" out at 100mbps, and it sounds like 75mbps is achievable on an N300 wireless router, so it seems like wifi could use about three-quarters of the maximum bandwidth, which doesn't seem too bad), what sort of costs can be expected for wiring a houe for ethernet so that we can take full advantage of the higher speeds?
It's something I've thought about since we bought our house last year, but it seems like it would cost several thousand dollars. Does anyone have a ballpark figure for wiring a ~150sqm 1920s house, with about 7 rooms to be connected?
Regarding UFB speeds, I hope you don't get your hopes too high. In my experience on a 30/10 UFB plan I am continually seeing very much lower download speeds than the 30/10 would suggest. In fact, the Internet can't supply enough speed to push ADSL2+. Maybe the increased upload speed (9 Mbps for me) would be beneficial for uploading jobs.
There just seem to be too many choke points in most of the connections.