My (limited!) understanding is that, all other things being equal and the physical cabling to and in my property being at a suitable level of quality, I should be getting some pretty decent sync speeds on VDSL2.
Although the 30ishmb on a good day I have been getting isn't terrible I feel I could be getting a fair bit more and Slingshot aren't really interested in addressing this or giving me a solid answer as to what I could reasonably expect to achieve on this installation and why it may not be achieving its full potential.
I have heard that Snap have a better focus on customer care and technical adeptness when delivering VDSL than Slingshot and potentially have better infrastructure to boot.
Given that cost and Global mode were the only reason I stuck with Slingshot and considering I am using Netflix less and less and the VDSL costs are now in parity, would anyone like to hazard as to whether they think a move to Snap could result in a better performing VDSL service?