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