The document is available from Ofcom at
They have given advice on 3 different scenarios.
Scenario 1: a standard broadband service, characterised only by a 10Mbit/s download speed;
• Scenario 2: a more highly specified standard broadband service, adding upload speed (1Mbit/s), latency (medium response time), maximum sharing between customers (a ‘contention ratio’ of 50:1), and a defined data cap based on current usage profiles (100GB per month).
• Scenario 3: a superfast broadband service, with download speeds of 30Mbit/s, upload of 6Mbit/s, fast response times, a ‘committed information rate’ of 10Mbit/s (i.e. guaranteed 10Mbit/s at all times) and an unlimited usage cap.
Section 1.37 states No FWA or Mobile operator has expressed an interest in being the USP
Section 8.2-8.55 gives the costs of different technologies for each scenario and interestingly FWA doesn't cost in in any scenario! ( This will infuriate some providers)
Edited by kitcat (Fri 16-Dec-16 22:56:10)