We are a GP surgery in rural Wales but fortunately the residential estate we are in has been fitted for FTTP. Because we can't use NHS internet for personal use we've investigated the possibility of having FTTP installed at the premises.
We were put in touch with Fluid Network Solutions and they have done the groundwork and have advised us of BT FTTP 330/80 for £330 a month or 80/20 for £55 a month.
Do these speeds and prices seem right? I've tried to check on-line but our postcode doesn't appear on any checkers.
Advice gratefully received.
There are two issues there.
1. Can you get FTTP?
Go to https://www.btwholesale.com/adslchecker/.
Enter your (BT) telephone number. If you don't have a BT line, then use the *postcode checker* (not the address checker). On the next page enter your postcode. On the following page select from the properties available.
You can post what you see here with the number/address blanked out, but what you're really looking for is WBC FTTP (not FTTP on demand)
2. Are those prices right?
who will sell you FTTP include BT / BT Business, Zen, and Cerberus. Parts of South Wales are also served by Spectrum Internet.
FluidOne are a top-end expensive business ISP. You should be able to get 330/50 service for under £80 per month (including VAT). Sometimes BT retail offer a £125 pre-paid Mastercard as cashback for new customers. An 80/20 service should be £40 or less. See the page of providers linked to above.