Well I certainly haven't, indeed I have not seen a speed faster than I could get at 3.5mbit. (max I have seen ever is 3.3mbit)
So who here has seen speeds above 3.5mbit?
The problem isn't international (well it is as international is worse), New Zealand based speed tests aren't showing me unconstrained speeds.
Some ISP's say full speed of your line, well if I was getting that I'd be getting 4mbit plus. (I'm considering having a splitter put in)
Ihug mentiones 7.6mbit, well that suggests you should hope to get something close to that speed, especially since 7.6mbit is not as far as I am aware the maximum speed of ADSL, on graphs it shows that as 8mbit+ (or is the difference due to overhead or something?) so 7.6mbit seems to be mentioned as a target you may hope for.
Now certianly we understand that there are many things that may stand in the way of the ideal speeds, but at the same time indicating that something may realistically reach 7.6mbit should mean that there is a real chance it will.
So if the backhaul which is now horribly oversold means you will never get anywhere near that speed I don't think that is right.
No it's not a black and white thing, on one hand we know these speeds are mostly ideal speeds unattainible for the majority of users, but if the majority of users (the ones close enough to do so) still can't get close to such speeds because there is not enough backhaul then something needs to be done, they aren't providing the service they claim.
So please post the maximum speeds you are able to get preferably via national speed tests.
I have been able to get 3mbit+ this afternoon on speed tests with Woosh, better than many on the Go Large plan I believe.
How about you?