Do vodafone use the same equipment as Telecom? I have adsl2+ with Telecom but according to the red zone checker I am outside of the zone. Although all the area has been upgraded to adsl2+ a few months back.
If you are in the Red zone you can be connected to a Voda LLU connection, ie you will be connected to a Vodafone owned and operated DSLAM at your local exchange but using copper to your place owned by Telecom. Vodafones DSLAMs are all ADSL2+ capable.
If you are outside the RED zone Vodafone will sell you a connection using a Telecom equipment, ie Telecom wholesale their gear to Voda who retail it to you. Pretty much all main exchanges are now ADSL2+ capable, put your address into the following link to see if Telecom have ADSL2+ DSLAMs in your location.
If the link tells you you are connected via a cabinet and the date indicates that its in service then you are best to not go for a LLU connection but a telecom wholesale connection.
Edit, just re read you post, you are already on ADSL2+ but outside the Red zone so alls good, no
So all's answered, you are on ADSL2+ via a cabinet and outside the Voda Red network, therefore your options are simply as you have. Looking at your stats I can't but help think that you should be able to achieve slightly better speeds, purhaps there are line stubs in your house wiring (only fixed with central filter) that need sorting.