High speed from fiber wire only available across street when wire is on this side of street.
Fiber wire was run by our house a month or so ago and we speed up from 3 to 6 Mbps but the people across the street from the same wire in front of my house can get 1000 Mbps? I am on access so I could only get 10 Mbps anyway but my point is it seems like discrimination to me. I don't understand because the fiber wire is on this side of the street. The three houses past me can't even get 6 Mbps, they are limited to 1.5 Mbps, Why are we being held back from the higher speeds, Does not seem fair at all.