I am located in an FTTP only area and have finally managed to get Openreach to in-fill a multi-occupany office building that was missed intially.
I am looking at pricing and trying to understand how the pricing from Openreach works in terms of what does and doesn't qualify for the transition product.
We have 3 PSTN lines at the moment, each providing an ADSL. Is the FTTP transition pricing associated to a specific copper line or is it just that there is a PSTN at the same premises. I am looking at ceasing surplas lines and the pricing I have been quoted is currently not transition product but I am not convinced the ISP is correct considering we have 3 PSTN lines and are going to keep at least one. Can one PSTN lines qualify two FTTP services at transition pricing?
Next questions is can a transition product qualifying PSTN line have a ADSL on it; looking at a BTw FTTP and possibly keeping a LLU wholesale (TTB) to give backhaul redundency.
The account manager at the provider (not exactly a small one but not BT!) told me they had apparently only sold 2 FTTP in the whole of the UK to date although I struggle to believe it and was pretty much trying to suggest not being a guinea pig! Anyway he wasn't 100% sure on the whole questions above not suprisingly but there pricing was £14/pm more than I was expecting being based due the the difference Openreach levy for not having a PSTN line.