We signed for an MPLS link with our ISP. The ISP does indeed provide us with an MPLS link but what comes into our premises is a cable attached to Modem, terminating finally on a serial interface of a router. The technology that's provided to us at the last mile is definitely not MPLS this way but is either SDSL or HDSL.
The ISP maintains that because our office is located far away from the city, our connection to a remote office in UK up until the main city is MPLS and from the city to the last mile is S/H DSL giving us all the benefits that can be derived from MPLS.
Is there contention right? What are we losing in this scenario?