I'm going to be moving to a new address soon and the checker at https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/ shows that WBC FTTP is available at 330mbps down and 50mbps up but then shows
Our records show the following FTTP network service information for these premises:-Single Dwelling Unit Residential OH Property fed from the rear.
FTTP is in Planned status. An order may be placed which will be processed when the network is ready.
I've tried to order on the BT website to check what's available but it's only giving me the option of Fibre 1. Could anyone let me know if there's another way to order this please?
|Up to 330||Up to 50||--||--||--|
|Up to 3.5||--||2 to 6.5||Available|
Thanks in advance
Is there evidence of the FTTP network , presumably at the rear of the property on the telegraph poles ? , if CBT’s are installed on some ( unlikely to be all ) of the poles , then the FTTP build out is underway , if there is nothing present yet , it suggests the area has been surveyed ( hence the survey notes ) stating the method of delivery but the build hasn’t started , hence the inability to order yet….
I don’t know if some ISPs will accept an order , and they will progress the order once the network is shown as ready for service , or if you need to keep checking yourself, ordering once the network is built and ready for service.
Hoping someone can help. I'm due to be moving shortly and just checking what services will be available at my new address. I've used the BT wholesale checker and it's coming back to show FTTP is now available but the BT website won't allow me to place a new order as though I was a new customer for FTTP only for FTTC.
Could someone help please as if I go to another ISP e.g Sky it will let me order FTTP!
you need to phone FTTP TEAM who should be able to help you 08005874787
This number doesn't go to the FTTP team. I dialled it and it just directs me to the standard welcome to BT and goes to customer service.
Thanks in advance.
I tried this number but there is no option for an FTTP Team it just goes straight through to customer services with the same options as if you call 150?
I have found that if you direct message BT on twitter they get back to you quite quickly and will help where they can
if you get redirected to normal CS then that is due to FTTP TEAM line being busy. you need to keep trying the FTTP number and you will get through. there are are posts like yours and perseverance is required