Original Post by htcs


-db- writes..
About the only way to find out is enter your phone number on bigpond's website.
Doesn't work too well, or I'm reading it wrong.
If you use this tool, it states if your exchange is ADSL enabled or not, but doesn't indicate if it is ADSL2+ enabled.
The only thing I can think of is to try it again with a known ph number for an ADSL2+ enabled exchange and see what it reports.

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OK 10 mins later I checked a Sydney ph number in Carlton and it did report ADSL2+ availability.
So if it reports ADSL then that's all you've got. If it reports ADSL2+ then whoopie!
Looks like I'm on a waiting list and will be forever before ADSL2+ is enabled in our town.

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