The Cornish and other Openreach native FTTP locations around the UK has same price structure as FTTC i.e. the up to 38 Mbps download service is same wholesale price and same on up to 76 Mbps, only the 100, 200 and 300 Mbps versions vary in price.
For consumer market provider choice is more limited than for FTTC, i.e. mainly BT Retail, Zen Internet and Plusnet.
The FoD service is a different price and speed structure, with it always been assumed to be more of interest to small business. Might know more about FoD2 in a few weeks or might not.
I know that native FTTP pricing is sane, I was referring to FoD though. Unfortunately I live only a few minutes from a native FTTP area. If there was actually a sizeable rollout, rather than the odd section of a village, handful of people in the middle of nowhere, or the odd pole that FTTC can't be made to work for, I'm sure ISP adoption would rapidly increase. BT treats it like a joke so it's not unsurprising to see that no one retails it.
I meant that for my cabinet/exchange, BT reports FoD as "available" - even if it actually isn't (and very very expensive, even for business)
Edited by sor (Thu 25-Feb-16 14:34:51)