ISP Doesn’t Make A Difference As Same Line Is Used? [closed]

Does it make a difference if I use BT, Sky or Virgin when using ADSL Broadband? I have the impression that if I am going to use the same broadband (telephone) line anyway there shouldn’t be any difference at all.

Could you explain the technical aspects of this and tell me if my assumption is true?

Answer

I’ve got the impression, I am going to use the same broadband
(telephone) line anyway, so there shouldn’t be any difference at all.

That is an incorrect assumption.

Yes, you’re using the same copper and going through the same DSLAM, but eventually your traffic lands on your ISP’s network and is subject specifically to how they manage their network, including any performance gains or bottlenecks that come along with their service.

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Source : Link , Question Author : Samuel , Answer Author : EEAA

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