Exactly the problem I have with it.Subscribers pay for the package and IPS's take responsibility on how to deliver it.
It absolutely does. FTTH is a dedicated fiber connection, they absolutely can give you a full sym 1Gb line (about 940Mb after overhead symmetrical). ISPs charge an area mean, so long story short they are artificially capping your connection because they see no reason to give you the full speed. That in itself pisses me off and why I hate ISPs. A customer is only limited to what the ISP deems necessary to service in the area and nothing more.Specs and techniques do differ but in my case it has nothing to do with it.
Yes, because there is no reason otherwise to not give you that speed for the same price. They choose not to simply because they can.I understand that was what you wanted them to do?
You have to understand where I grew up internet was and still is a major problem with greedy WISPs. I'm lucky to live in a metro where the Title 2 classification caused a surge in competition making big names offer big packages of fiber at low prices. Other areas aren't so lucky because ISPs don't give a shit. They know you'll pay whatever they ask for whatever speed they offer simply because you have no other choice and I think that's horse shit. The internet game is nothing but greed.