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ktall32
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Is BT full fibre 1 FTTP?

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Hi, when looking at fibre broadband options, BT offers the full fibre 100 service which is FTTP.
However, the fibre 1 option is called "full fibre 1" but doesn't state it is FTTP as the name suggests.

Is full fibre 1 FTTP or just a name?

 

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-Richie-
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Re: Is BT full fibre 1 FTTP?

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F1 or Fibre 1 can be delivered FTTC or FTTP, Full Fibre means it's FTTP, so you'd get fibre to the premises.

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Re: Is BT full fibre 1 FTTP?

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@ktall32 

Are you going to place an order with BT Retail, or are you an existing customer?

Try this page, if you do not already have a BT phone number, then use the address checker.

https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL

Please edit out any personal details before you post the results.

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licquorice
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Re: Is BT full fibre 1 FTTP?

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@ktall32 

I have moved your post to the Bill and Package board as its more appropriate.

Fibre1 just relates to the speed of the product (i.e 55/10) whereas full fibre indicates that the service will be provided by FTTP.

If you are already a BT customer, enter your phone number in the checker to see if FTTP is available, otherwise enter your address. https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL

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