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Message 11 of 15

Re: Discount rate for upgrade to Infinity 2.


@licquorice wrote:

@Keith_Beddoe wrote:

@Longshanks wrote:

Also, if I deduct line rental from each price, that would mean, potentially, paying less for Infinity 2 than Infinity 1??

Confused, still


Its simple, it does not cost BT any more to give you Infinity 2, but its the 24 month contract that they like, hence the price reduction Smiley Wink


It does Keith, backhaul capacity costs money.


Exactly @licquorice data tranfer costs money, the more data the higher the cost.

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Message 12 of 15

Re: Discount rate for upgrade to Infinity 2.

Not only that, the rental charge from Openreach is higher on the 80/20 than it is on 55/10
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Message 13 of 15

Re: Discount rate for upgrade to Infinity 2.


@Webby wrote:
Not only that, the rental charge from Openreach is higher on the 80/20 than it is on 55/10

Link please. or are you not on about line rental?

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Message 14 of 15

Re: Discount rate for upgrade to Infinity 2.


@licquorice wrote:

@Longshanks wrote:
Interesting that it doesn't cost BT more to provide service etc. Yet they routinely charge more for Infinity 2😡



It does, they have to pay for the extra backhaul bandwidth required.


But how many of those "upgraded", are actually going to achieve a faster connection, and a consistent download speed?

I would suspect that BT keep the capacity the same, and just allow a little bit of congestion.

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Message 15 of 15

Re: Discount rate for upgrade to Infinity 2.

https://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/home/products/pricing/loadProductPriceDetails.do?data=0RIviN9gWGKtC...

Second to last table.

Openreach charged around £20 more for 80/20 than they do 55/10. You then have to factor in Wholesale's markup on that, plus the extra they charge for higher data throughput. THEN add ISP's cut of the pie 🙂
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