Fibre broadband has been available since May.
We’ve been a BT customer since then and were regularly achieving download speeds of 52Mbps (52 Meg / 52Mb). Not bad for what many consider a rural not-spot.
Recently BT have upgraded our service to “Upto 77Mb”.
We were somewhat skeptical about this as we were not convinced the copper wire between us and the exchange could cope with this. (it used to behave very badly when it rained).
However since the upgrade we’ve been able to achieve over 70Mbps consistently and have managed 73Mbps on occassion.
This does require some effort as both the router and connected devices need to be configured properly and using the latest/fastest wifi modes. (We needed a new Wifi dongle ~ £10 to take advantage of it).