Just interested in finding out how long it's taken for UK customers to get their broadband upgraded. I got the email from my ISP on the 19th of last month stating that the upgrade process has started, and that over the next 10 days my speed will fluctuate, and eventually settle at the maximum my phone line can handle. Well, my speed is still fluctuating; this morning it connected @ just over 7Mb, late afternoon reported 5.6Mb and I've now noticed it's dropped down to 3.7Mb. Is this normal? I mean, when I had 2Mb it would always connect @ 2.2Mb, and reported this speed every time I checked the router status. Is "upto 8Mb" supposed to be like this, or is it just that my line upgrade is still taking place? It's almost like the dodgy dialup connection I used to have at my folks' place; sometimes it'd connect @ 36k, other times it'd drop down to 24k. The other thing that worries me slightly is that I changed ISP today (got the MAC code through from Plus.net last week, which I passed onto AOL - managed to connect to them this evening). This won't affect the upgrade will it? My initial thought was "no" seeing as it's BT that actually perform the upgrade/tests. So, how long did it take for your line to be upgrade to 8Mb?