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Standard User GMAN98
(committed) Thu 26-May-11 09:24:22
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


[re: MrSaffron] [link to this post]
 
I thought that's what I said Andrew? No Virgin fibre into flats, it stops at the node.

I'm talking about actual physical fibre not what Virgin call fibre smile
Standard User GMAN98
(committed) Thu 26-May-11 09:27:31
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


[re: jchamier] [link to this post]
 
Again.. I'm not talking about Virgin cable, I'm talking about fibre, their fibre stops at the node its coax after that.

I'm not saying there are no Virgin cabled flats, I'm saying there are no Virgin fibre cables into flats, Virgin don't (apart from the odd trial) do FTTP its FTTN
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 26-May-11 09:30:33
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


[re: GMAN98] [link to this post]
 
True, was making sure it was clear that VM services were available, to the general reader, VM is fibre into their home

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Standard User driz
(newbie) Thu 26-May-11 09:31:52
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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In reply to a post by GMAN98:
I'm talking about actual physical fibre not what Virgin call fibre smile


Also what BT call fibre! frown None of it [censored] is it seems in almost all cases.

What will FTTP be marketed as? Laserbeams?

BT Infinity^2 - powered by laserbeams!

This is OT.
Standard User lumuah
(learned) Thu 26-May-11 10:41:26
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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What will FTTP be marketed as? Laserbeams?

BT Infinity^2 - powered by laserbeams!


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-13899...

You may not be far wrong.....
Standard User GMAN98
(committed) Thu 26-May-11 10:54:50
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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smile

Don't get me started! That ship has sailed I think as even more ISP's are using FTTC now and branding it fibre.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 26-May-11 11:07:51
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[re: driz] [link to this post]
 
I am happy using my FTTE link

Andrew Ferguson, [email protected]
www.thinkbroadband.com - formerly known as ADSLguide.org.uk
The author of the above post is a thinkbroadband staff member. It may not constitute an official statement on behalf of thinkbroadband.
Standard User GMAN98
(committed) Thu 26-May-11 11:14:46
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lol,

Don't give ISP's new branding ideas!!!
Standard User Chrysalis
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Fri 27-May-11 12:08:45
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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if it mostly flats in that area it could be due to affluency?

still no change in leicestershire on the BT front, 1.6% enabled for FTTC or planned, 0% enabled or planned for FTTP. 34.2% enabled for VM cable.
Standard User izools
(committed) Fri 27-May-11 12:37:38
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if it mostly flats in that area it could be due to affluency?

still no change in leicestershire on the BT front, 1.6% enabled for FTTC or planned, 0% enabled or planned for FTTP. 34.2% enabled for VM cable.


I doubt it's do do with affluency, they're some of the more expensive flats in the city.

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