I live in a rural area where my nearest exchange is 2.5km away. My broadband is ok but i am sick of being behind. All areas around me have fttp rollout dates but my area does not. I have read the rollout saying fttp will be rolled out to rural hard to reach areas but hardly call the cities they have rollout to rural. The road i live down is weird, the top end has 80mb speeds and steady lines but where i live lucky to get a steady connection. Engineers have been multiple times and just say it the distance from box but yet one engineer say it will be the cable which they wont replace. When i first moved in 2 years ago i was sat nicely on 50mb now lucky to get a third of that. So i just wanted to know how much is it to get fttp installed how much would i have to pay for sweet bliss, fast downloads and a steady connection
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In a nutshell, tens of thousands of pounds construction costs plus horrendous monthly charges even if you could get somebody to supply FTTPoD.
@licquorice yep spot on. In most cases fibre has to be blown to the correct length as well. It's not cheap.