I currently have Superfast Fibre Plus achieving a download speed of about 73Mb. According to my offers on the BT site, I could have Ultrafast Fibre Plus achieving a guaranteed download speed of 100Mb for £4 pm less than I am paying now. However, I am afraid that I don't really understand the technical difference between them. For example, if I went for the Ultrafast Fibre Plus, what modem/router would I have, and would my current powerline system still work (a BT Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit)? Also, is it self-install or is an engineer's visit neccessary?
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I have checked availability and G.fast is certainly available. Availability is marked as "Amber" which, I understand, means that it would be an engineer install - that answers one of my questions. However, I would still like to know which modem/router would be used and, most particularly, whether my powerline adapters would still work. (I am, of course, talking about FTTC.)