I would like to suggest that they stop aiming too high and try to spread the "wealth" a little. It's nice hearing that people in big towns and city will get 100Mbs soon but there are a lot of smaller towns and villages which are stuck on ~2 meg or less in some cases. This needs to be addressed or there'll be a huge digital gulf between them. My parents are moving to a small village which, for some strange reason is linked to a exchange of another smaller village (as opposed to a town on the other side) with only about 700 residential homes so no upgrade on the exchange is planned. I see no reason why shouldn't pay for the service that we get, should only be reasonable, right?