Matt said that while they've never tested FTTC bonding, it should work identical to ADSL2+ bonding (they can't test FTTC bonding as their office in Sheffield doesn't have FTTC capability). If anything there may be a few minor tweaks they need to do in order for it to work, which can be ironed out throughout the setup.
The bonding has a maximum aggregate of 80-90Mb currently with the higher end routers.
Although I don't have a line yet, we went purely by the address of where I believe I'll be moving to soon.
His estimate is as follows:
£8 per month per line for the bonding service
£22 per line setup
£59.99 per router per line, which would then connect in to the BT modem and start the PPPoE session
I imagine there's also the FTTC service package costs to add on top of that. Sounds pretty fair to me
Edited by Ixel (Fri 11-Sep-15 23:28:44)