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hippey
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Message 31 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?

Are you on a consumer or business circuit?

 

Just wondering considering what use your connection is getting?

 

But in any case I would agree with you, the FTTP really does give a consistent feel to things, having tested mine to the limit many times (and broken it quite a few as well - Thanx BT for letting me do that!) it really does perform well.

 

 

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hifistud
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Message 32 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?

it's a consumer circuit, but probably shouldn't be... I stream an awful lot...

 

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pips7000
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Message 33 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?

Screen Shot 2013-02-14 at 15.21.04.pngJust did a speed test well I'm on 80/20  not  bad  at all

What will I get if I get fttp on demand

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Message 34 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?


@pips7000 wrote:

Screen Shot 2013-02-14 at 15.21.04.pngJust did a speed test well I'm on 80/20  not  bad  at all

What will I get if I get fttp on demand


You won't get it, unless you pay for it.

 

It's planned to be released in March and costs the ISP £1500 for 500 Meters that includes the £500 instlltation fee how much to the end customer is unknown. Obviously will cost less if closer and more if further.

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zagnome
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Message 35 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?


@pips7000 wrote:

 

Just did a speed test well I'm on 80/20  not  bad  at all

What will I get if I get fttp on demand


Up to 330/30 & faster speeds in the future. 

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Sage
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Message 36 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?

ISP's may offer free install but if so expect a min 18 month contract and >£35 a month. Just speculation though until ISP's decide.

 

Theoretically you will no longer need a phone line either.

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Message 37 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?


@zagnome wrote:

@pips7000 wrote:

 

Just did a speed test well I'm on 80/20  not  bad  at all

What will I get if I get fttp on demand


Up to 330/30 & faster speeds in the future. 


330/30 is being released with on demand or at least was planned to be.

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zagnome
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Message 38 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?


@ryant704 wrote:

330/30 is being released with on demand or at least was planned to be.


FTTP 330/30 was launched in June of last year. 

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Ratty2012
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Message 39 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?


@zagnome wrote:

@ryant704 wrote:

330/30 is being released with on demand or at least was planned to be.


FTTP 330/30 was launched in June of last year. 


Not from BT Retail, it's only doing 160/20 at the present time.

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zagnome
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Message 40 of 77

Re: FTTP on demand from 2013 if you can afford it?


@Ratty2012 wrote:

Not from BT Retail, it's only doing 160/20 at the present time.


I was referring to the launch of GEA-FTTP 330/30. I can't see BT Retail offering 330/30 any time soon, given how much the annual rental costs. 330/20 might be viable. 

 

http://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/home/products/pricing/loadProductPriceDetails.do?data=M80QNeH46o4g6J...

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