Thanks I did look at te community Fibre scheme. But is that an option if you are already FTTC enabled and want FTTP?
I thought it was only if you had no access to any FTTx
You can only go down the community fibre scheme route for FTTP/C if there's no FTTC available in your area, or if you're too far from the FTTC cab to get decent speeds. I think the reason for this is that BT/Openreach partially fund (50%?) community fibre projects. However if you & your neighbours are willing to pay the FULL costs of FTTP deployment then i see no reason why Openreach cannot quote you.
Alternatively, provided OR are still installing 4 LAN port ONTs, you could share the costs of one FTTPoD installation per 4 properties and run ethernet cable outdoors from the installed ONT to the routers of the other 3 properties provided they're not too far apart.
Btw another ISP, Distant Voice
, will be selling FTTPoD soon. According to their sales team they will be selling it for ~ £80 pm + installation costs. I suspect they plucked that monthly figure out of thin air LOL. Déjà vu
FluidOne FTTP On Demand 330/30 Mbps
Netgear Nighthawk X10 running Voxel
Edited by baby_frogmella (Sun 24-Sep-17 11:54:01)