Can I get FTTP on Demand?
FTTP on Demand lets you offer ultrafast speeds of up to 1Gbps to customers in Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) areas. We simply upgrade the line to their home or business to fibre.
What is BT FTTP on Demand?
‘Fibre to the Premises on Demand enables you to order Generic Ethernet Access over Fibre to the Premises (GEA-FTTP) in speeds up to 1Gbps for your customers who are within a Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) exchange area and are served by a FTTC enabled cabinet.
Is BT rolling out fibre optic?
Openreach is already one of the biggest full fibre providers in the UK, supplying FTTP connections to more than 4.5 million homes and businesses in the UK. That number is set to rise to 5.8 million by September this year.
Do BT charge for FTTP installation?
Openreach announced on 30th October 2017 that from February 2018, the fixed connection charge for FTTP on Demand will be decreased from £750 (excluding VAT) to £92 (excluding VAT) for a 330 Mbps download/30 Mbps upload service. Furthermore, the distance-based fee will be replaced by a build charge.
What is the difference between FTTP and FTTP on demand?
FTTP on Demand uses existing fibre installed to a Fibre To The Cabinet (FTTC) enabled location. FTTP on Demand lets you order Generic Ethernet Access over FTTP, and achieve an end-to-end fibre connection.
Can I pay to get FTTP installed?
Government vouchers and local authority top-ups can cover the cost of FTTP deployment. Many rural communities now have to opportunity to have FTTP installed and paid for entirely by aggregating together Government Gigabit Broadband Vouchers, supplemented by top-ups available from local authorities.
Can I pay for FTTP to be installed?
To pay for the cost of FTTP, Gigabit Broadband Vouchers and local authority top-ups can be used.
How do bt get Fibre optic to my house?
The Openreach FTTP network The Openreach network, which is part of BT Group, uses fibre-optic cables to deliver broadband from your telephone exchange to the cabinet on your street. For the most part the connection to your home is then completed via copper wires.
How much does FTTP cost UK?
One point to note is that Ethernet begins at around £250 per month vs the £80 per month for FTTP. There are good reasons for the increased costs such as an improved SLA (Service Level Agreement), symmetrical speeds (the same bandwidth up/down).
Is it worth getting FTTP?
In terms of pure speed, FTTP is better. And if you run a business, you’ll almost certainly benefit from a FTTP connection, not only because the speeds are a lot quicker, but also because there’s less chance the internet will cut out half-way through an important email to a client.
How long does BT take to install fibre?
Work to complete the fibre installation in your home This usually happens seven working days after the first stage and you’ll need to be at home to let the engineer in. The appointment will last up to four hours. Your BT Hub should arrive by post two days before your installation date.
How does BT respond to FTTP on demand?
In response to a FTTP on Demand (FoD) order we will survey, plan and build the FTTP network to the individual residential or business premises. This is a good opportunity for end customers in FTTC only areas to experience the speeds capable from FTTP.’
Is it possible to get fttpod from BT?
FTTPod isn’t a product that BT Consumer offer, some smaller ‘niche’ providers do ( even to residential customers ) but it can be very expensive , £10k+ isn’t unusual.
When was the last FTTP on demand test?
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