As Zarjaz says
You only have FTTC available so a max of 77Mb ( up to 80/20 service)
The FTTP in on demand and can will cost much more. It will be a 36 month contract and a installation price that is quite large.
Are you a business as this is what it is aimed at ?
Any of the FTTC providers can provide an upto 80Mb service you should just have to order.
If you really want FTTPoD the only supplier who seems to be dealing in it is fluidone. Some posters on here have prices and have placed orders but it can be £1500+ installation.
80/20 is too slow and there's no scope for any increase in the future! Also I've been in a place with 60Mbit in one flat, and the one above it only had 40Mbit so YMMV a lot by this technology, so I'd like something better.
Thanks for the explanation, FTTPoD is primarily business only - now I understand what it's all about.
I ordered Zen FTTC (cancelled the line at the old place after moving and now waiting a disgusting three weeks for the BT Openreach engineer, unacceptable when Internet is so essential these days!).
Also ordered Sky shortly after I placed the Zen order in the hopes that they'd send someone out sooner, but they made an order on my virtual landline number and then had to cancel the order and didn't bother to place it again. I will give them a pass this time around.