It should be possible, but personally, I wouldn't. You could end up denying a neighbour an FTTP connection if you were to take up another fibre from the DP.
A single fibre can run two (or in theory more) connections. All the ISP needs to do is activate the second port in the ONT, no need for an engineer.
I have two connections on my FTTP - one 80/20 and the other 330/30.
I was wondering that myself, not that I would do that.
So you would just have two connected routers to Ports 1, 2, that's cool, so in theory you could have up to 4 connections assuming it allows it and that your mad enough to do it.
Mind you that would be good for 4 apartment flats
So you wouldn't require a second phone package, I know the second FVA also uses the same fibre cable.
But that's still good to know.
- Infinity 4 - 310Mbps (down), 31Mbps (up)