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ultrafast uses G.INP and connects to cabinet - not for people with FTTP already
Thanks! That’s interesting but it contradicts the information on the Ultrafast thread in this forum (first post) which states that Ultrafast is also offered as a FTTP product.
Ultrafast and Superfast are exactly the same, the product name was changed when G.Fast was introduced.
Ultrafast can be delivered by either G.Fast or FTTP.
It seems to imply that they will only offer the Ultrafast guarantee if there is sufficientt capacity in the backhaul to provide the speed. This would appear to be at odds with the premise that guaranteed speeds always refer to sync speeds rather than download speeds!!!
Strange indeed. I can't see it being the speed guarantee as that is only 100Mb even for the 330Mb service.
To muddy the waters even further, Openreach no longer offer Superfast 3 & 4. The 100Mb speed guarantee is from Openreach to the ISP.