Looks like this is an example of the advertising that NBTel was famous for back in the Vibe days. The advertised speeds were only guaranteed within the Vibe network. Once you went outside the network, they could not be held accountable for slow speeds. Then again, it's only fair because Bell Aliant can't control what speeds you'll get once you leave their lines.
As far as the "best" server to use on Speedtest.net, we were told by the tech to use the "Fibrenoir" server in Montreal because it too was running on fibre and would be able to handle the speeds properly.
Speedtest.net seems to pick servers "at random" sometimes...
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