Hi all I took delivery and went "active" with BT's Infinity 2 Broadband, here in the UK the other day (78mbps up and 19mbps down - in theory). Using the usual speedtest.net measurement, the maximum I seem to be able to get with our S2's is about 10mbps down and 1mbps up. I was sold the Infinity 2 on the basis that I will get a minimum of 58 down and 16 up. My PC is currently getting 75 down and 15.5 up so very pleased there and downloading via newsgroups is getting me a stable 80 down woohoo! In our family we have 2 x S2's and 1 x S4. I was under the impression that S2's could receive a 5ghz signal if my Router transmitted this - it does - the Standard BT Home Hub 4. It of course also transmits the usual 2.4ghz too. Messing about with my S2's settings doesn't reveal anything where I can connect at 5 ghz - usually, I think, you select the screen of wifi networks, Menu and Advanced whereupon people on the net say you can choose between 2.4, 5 or "auto". I do not get this option and so am connecting at 2.4ghz. The reason I am posting this is because the maximum speed our mobiles can download at is about 10/14mbps. 14 with the S4 and 10 for the S2's. As far as I can make out, the S2 can in theory download at up to 65mbps - indeed when connected the wifi connection says "connected at 65mbps". So why are we only getting 10 or 14 mbps? Is this something to do with the connection frequency or something else? Can we connect at 5ghz here in the UK? - if not, is this why the option to connect at this frequency is not available? HELP !!!!!