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Standard User adslmax
(knowledge is power) Wed 02-Aug-17 13:55:37
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First ISP to offer G.Fast


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First ISP has release g.fast product now

https://cerberusnetworks.co.uk/connectivity-broadban...

Cerberus G.Fast Pro

Up to 330Mbps down
Up to 50Mbps up
Guaranteed 12Mbps throughput
1, 4 or 8 IPs
Unlimited usage (subject to AUP)
NetSTATS monitoring and alerting
£40.00 MyCloud Voucher

Pricing

Free Activation*
£75.00 Monthly

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Cerberus G.Fast Business

Up to 160Mbps down
Up to 30Mbps up
Guaranteed 12Mbps throughput
1, 4 or 8 IPs
Unlimited usage (subject to AUP)
NetSTATS monitoring and alerting
£30.00 MyCloud Voucher

Pricing

Free Activation*
£60.00 Monthly


* Free activation with 24 month contract, otherwise £104.00 with 12 month contract. Service is offered as late-stage technical trial. Terms & Conditions apply.

All prices exclude VAT. FTTP and G.Fast are provided as wires-only Ethernet presentation.

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I have enter my phone number to check on their isp and here is result:

Your telephone number or postcode will be used to check availability of FTTP, G.Fast, FTTC and ADSL in your area.
Number tested:
019************
Cerberus FTTP:
Download :
Upload :
Yes - On Demand
330 Mbps
30 Mbps
View Products
Cerberus G.Fast:
No
Cerberus FTTC:
Download* :
Upload* :
Yes - Migration Required
76.25 Mbps
20 Mbps
View Products
Cerberus LLU FTTC:
Download* :
Upload* :
Yes
76.23 Mbps
20.00 Mbps
View Products
Cerberus ADSL2+:
Annex M Availability :
Download bandwidth range :
Yes - Migration Required
Yes
5 - 12 Mbps
View Products

* Estimated speeds only.

ADSL/FTTC/G.Fast Bandwidth is dependent on the distance to the exchange and the quality of the phone line.

Edited by adslmax (Wed 02-Aug-17 14:12:41)

Standard User witchunt
(committed) Wed 02-Aug-17 14:15:05
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Re: First ISP to offer G.Fast


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You'll be getting the same result for a long time yet
Standard User craski
(committed) Wed 02-Aug-17 14:54:29
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Why bother offering a "business" service with just a "Guaranteed 12Mbps throughput".

Zen Business FTTC BQM
Talk Talk Business FTTC BQM
IDNET ADSL BQM


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Standard User j0hn83
(committed) Wed 02-Aug-17 15:30:54
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Re: First ISP to offer G.Fast *DELETED*


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edit: read that wrong.

I'd be pretty annoyed getting 20Mbps on a 330Mbps product and being told tough it's above our guarantee. New tech or not that sounds pretty shady.

Edited by j0hn83 (Wed 02-Aug-17 15:34:14)

Standard User craski
(committed) Wed 02-Aug-17 18:34:07
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It is the main reason I didnt proceed with an FTTPoD connection as even for that the guaranteed minimum was 40Mbps on a 330Mbps connection. Zen offer a throughput guarantee of 60Mbps on my 80/20 FTTC connection.

Zen Business FTTC BQM
Talk Talk Business FTTC BQM
IDNET ADSL BQM
Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Wed 02-Aug-17 19:20:14
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such ambitious guaranteed throughput.

sky offer something like 70% of the estimate as guaranteed on consumer connections.

Sky Fibre Pro BQM - IPv4 BQM - IPv6

Edited by Chrysalis (Wed 02-Aug-17 19:21:31)

Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Wed 02-Aug-17 23:25:18
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Thought they'd make a beeline for Cuckoo Oak?

The likely changes to advertising of broadband speeds will impact G.fast from the cabinet quite heavily, which was probably the intention. Looking at the consultation I can easily imagine that G.fast from the cabinet will be scaled back pretty heavily in favour of FTTP and an FTTS/RN solution.
Standard User Banger
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 02-Aug-17 23:39:30
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Is there a table anywhere for G.Fast speeds and distance like there is for FTTC?

Tim
www.uno.net.uk & freenetname
Asus DSL-N55U and ZyXEL VMG1312-B10A Bridge on 80 Meg LLU Fibre
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest/results.html...

Current Sync: 71334/17938

My Broadband Ping
Standard User adslmax
(knowledge is power) Thu 03-Aug-17 15:00:47
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My house can have FTTPoD of 330/30 product say the isp.

Distance Based Charge Band F £5,250 inc vat
Installation Charge £1,440 inc vat
Monthly Charge £300 inc vat (36 months contract)

Total cost £17,490

After 36 months can revert to cheaper FTTP 330/50 for £119 a month (depend on BT price change in 2020)

Edited by adslmax (Thu 03-Aug-17 15:28:06)

Standard User lee111s
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 03-Aug-17 15:10:23
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£119 per month including VAT?
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