T-DSL: Persistence leads to success
Even if T-DSL Light does not officially exist, according to Telekom, in individual cases you can obviously get T-DSL Light with permanent nerves. This also seems logical, because the employees at T-Punkt are, after all, only human and after a while they are 'fed up'.
It seems as if you can get your DSL connection through persistence and persuasiveness, even if you are too far from the switching speed for the full bandwidth. It is said that such customers are even used as beta testers. According to a Telekom technician, customers have already tested connections with higher bandwidths (high-speed DSL) and lower bandwidths (DSL-Light), but both variants have so far not been found to be marketable, although apart from the changed download rate, mostly no larger ones Differences can be identified and availability is also given.
Telekom remains true to its practice and, meanwhile, continues to deny the existence of T-DSL-Light. According to press spokesman Walter Genz, a company like Telekom would quickly lose clarity if the existing rules were not observed. However, he also announced that these T-Punkt contracts are legally effective 'even in the event of work errors' and that the customer can rely on their fulfillment.