BT SIN 498
describes GEA-FTTC, BT SIN 506
describes GEA-FTTP. Shortened in everyday use to FTTC and FTTP.
The "native" is just to distinguish between the FTTP that is supplied in some cabinet areas at the same prices that reign in FTTC areas, as opposed to FTTP on Demand (FTTPoD) which is the high installation option in FTTC areas to provide FTTP.
See my later post
re "native FTTP".
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Edited by RobertoS (Sun 18-Feb-18 14:49:20)