I just recently had FTTP activated at my property and called up with BT to confirm that it is all up and running. but the pricing was:
150mb - £44.99 (rising to £59.99 after 18 months)
330mb - £59.99 (rising to £69.99 after 18 months)
and i read an openreach announcement that they are dropping the wholesale price of FTTP starting this month by 11% for the 150mb and 36% for the 330mb which makes it alot more attractive.
My contract is up in Feb but i just recently joined BT mobile so i am saving £5 a month on my contract, and also if i choose to get FTTP with BT i will be on BT Plus which will then give me double my data, which basically means i can downgrade my current mobile plan to half the data i have now, saving another £10.
Just wondering if anybody happens to know when they will be putting these new/lower FTTP pricing structures in effect, considering every time i speak to someone at the BT 'value team' i seem to know more about whats coming than they do and they have no idea about any of this. Thanks
No one will know until it's nnounced by BT.
BTW there is no wholesale price reduction for 150Mb. The 11% reduction is for the 110/15Mb which BT doesn't sell.