Hello, 325 Consultancy who operate the infinityfibrebroadband.com website are an Authorised BT Partner.
We work in BTs indirect partner sales channel offering customers information and a place to order/preorder BT's FTTC/FTTP fibre broadband services aka Infinity.
"aka" means "otherwise known as".
The confusion/disagreement arises from BT Retail
FTTC/FTTP indeed being called Infinity (as long as the line speed estimate is above 15MBps, if not then - as I expect you know - another FTTC service is available). But BT Openreach FTTC/FTTP is not called Infinity and is available via many ISPs in the same way as ADSLx is. Similarly, BT Wholesale's FTTC offerings are not called Infinity.
You post isn't quite clear on the distinction between Retail, which I assume is who you partner with, (or do you mean BT Wholesale), and BT Group. Even your currently latest News Article re Lancashire County Council is a mish-mash, "Lancashire County Council recently announced it had chosen BT as its preferred partner organisation to roll out super-fast broadband "
. BT Retail? Mike Blackburn is NW Director of the whole lot.
What you are seeing is a reaction against the huge BT Retail marketing machine, of which you are a part, which just manages to stay within ASA guidlines, but leads consumers to think Infinity from BT is the only FTTC product available to them. I have to say, in that connection, I don't think much of your affinity scheme whereby people and organisations with zilch knowledge of the right product for others get get money for referring people to you, when your products may be inappropriate or relatively expensive.
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Edited by RobertoS (Fri 16-Mar-12 12:32:25)