I just started with a new ISP service and am supposed to be getting fiber optics. The underground fiber optics cable is less than one block from my house. I was told that the speed offered is 40 megabytes., which is different from 40 megabits. 40 megabytes = 322 megabits.
I have not set up the equipment yet and am skeptical about this because the modem that was shipped says "DSL" on it. Is this possible? The modem did come with four Ethernet ports and two phone connections and also says it's wireless.
Even if this service is wrong, you have the speed of the other services wrong. My cable provider was at 40 megabit. There is no date on this page so maybe it needs to be updated.