When the offer is launched in September 2011, around 85% of households will be able to connect at speeds of up to 30 Mbit/s and around 25% for speeds of up to 100 Mbit/s.
See the full article LuxFibre at P&T.
Unfortunately, in September when LuxFibre started, my address was not eligible.
However in October I checked again, and LuxFibre-30 is available. The promised speed: 30 MBit downstream, 10 MBit upstream. Check out the LixFibre Homepage. Note that the only claim on that page is "Ultra high-speed internet access". Indeed, except for the name "LuxFibre" there is no promise of Fibre anywhere.
Of course, when you click on "FAQ", there is a special FAQ for "La Fibre Optique", explaining how the optical fiber works, and what appliances are needed. Read again: There is no connection between LuxFibre-30 and the FAQ about fiber optics. There is none. Would there be any obvious connection, then P&T would be falsely advertising. They are not. They are advertising "ultra high speed".
Today ( Feb 1st, about 3 month after I ordered ) I finally got LuxFibre-30. I was excited. Finally, a next-generation fiber-optical Internet? Then why did the technicians not put in a new optical cable? Why is all they added yet another vDSL Splitter? The answer is simple:
LuxFibre-30 is vDSL!
Now, as you can see from the links above, it is clearly my fault that I assumed just because it has "Fibre" in the name, that it would have anything to do with Fibre-Optics. It is also my fault, that I assumed, since there is an FAQ on fiber-optics, which claims fiber is soo much better than ADSL, that I would not get just another DSL.
It is even my fault that I did not see the fine print, where it states that 30/10 is the maximum speed, and since I'm too far away from the next station, I only get 15/5 [at the full price of 30/10!]. By the way: the FAQ states, that with fiber-optics, distance to the next station would not be an issue anymore, unlike with ADSL.....