An amusing bit of wording there. But to get it changed would probably require 18 months of debate in 19 committees before they would agree it was wrong.
Then they have to decide on the new wording.
Then they have to put it to the bottom of the queue for website updates.
The FTTP trial is available to any existing Plusnet customers who subscribes to a fibre product.
Quite apart from the incorrect grammar, (... customers ... subscribes ...), no customer who already subscribes to a fibre product, which means FTTC, can possibly move to FTTP - trial or no trial.
FTTPoD is often available to them, with a minimum installation cost to Plusnet of £1100 + Vat and annual rental of £1188 + Vat. I have my doubts about that being what they are offering. Particularly as that only applies up to 199 metres from the aggregation point. Each "up to" 200 metres further step is another £700 up to 999 metres, at which point things get even sillier.
I assume they mean that any ADSLx customer signing up to a fibre product will either go on FTTC or the FTTP trial depending on what Openreach provide in their "cabinet" area.
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