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Standard User rian
(member) Thu 28-Feb-13 16:26:07
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Want FTTP or FTTH for my tower block, who to contact?


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Hi,

We are living in a 12 floors tower block with over 50 flats.

And I am thinking of renting a lease line (>100Mbps) to the ground floor to a main switch, and the rest of floors will be connected by wireless or powerline.

Does anyone know which website I should for the pricing of the line?

Also, is there any company provide full package for line and installation?

Thanks in advance.
Standard User ccxo
(experienced) Thu 28-Feb-13 18:54:38
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Re: Want FTTP or FTTH for my tower block, who to contact?


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Where is the tower block and what exchange- as if your in london you can look at hyperoptic

https://hyperoptic.com/web/guest/home

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Standard User rian
(member) Thu 28-Feb-13 21:12:56
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Manchester


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Standard User Drew_M
(regular) Fri 01-Mar-13 10:23:58
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Re: Want FTTP or FTTH for my tower block, who to contact?


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Hi

I you want to send me the postcode, your contact details, the size of circuit you would be interested in (For now and the future is no problem) and any other information, I can get some prices over to you. There are not really web sites that price these kinds of circuits as they are quite bespoke and depend hugely on which carriers have the closest PoPs, fibre availability etc.

Drew

Standard User vivaciti
(knowledge is power) Mon 04-Mar-13 14:44:44
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Hi,
Although there are a couple of sites that will list a price for a leased line these are not always the best options as a leased line is dependant on size, required bandwidth, what carrier has the nearest POP and what level of service you need (is it managed, or just provide the connectivity etc)

www.vivaciti.net
Vivaciti Broadband
0800 0911797

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