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Standard User FlatPack
(newbie) Thu 09-Jul-15 15:51:28
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After years of being stuck with just ADSL Max and months of OpenReach vans in our road, people digging holes and peering into them looking confused our exchange is finally fibre enabled.

We've been setup with FTTP rather than FTTC (small exchange, majority of the lines connected are exchange only - including mine), so now I'm looking for an ISP with FTTP products.

I've been with NewNet / Timico for years and been happy with the service, but they can't offer FTTP.

Looks like my options are pretty limited.... Either BT or REALLY expensive, I was hoping for something more in between the two!

Does anyone have any suggestions? What's the BT FTTx service like? Their ADSL always used to be terrible.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 09-Jul-15 18:35:19
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Re: ISP for FTTP

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Fttp and fttc generally seems to deliver.

Otherwise its people like aaisp, idnet and zen. Plusnet will provide but you must migrate first as an adsl customer.

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