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Standard User kitcat
(experienced) Tue 24-Jan-17 15:52:35
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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baby_frogmella

I can only think that they have looked at where the Aggregation node is and know that there are no excess charges to raise. This could potentially arise on a new estate ( like yours) where the feeds are all ducted with Fibre subduct included for blowing the fibre down.

If this is how it has been built you will need to send a big 'Bouquet' to the developer as their infrastructure build is 2nd to none ( and very unusual as far as builders are concerned!).
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Tue 24-Jan-17 18:10:42
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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Only incidental to the oddity, but plus Vat.

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Standard User Icaras
(experienced) Tue 24-Jan-17 19:13:17
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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baby_frogmella

I can only think that they have looked at where the Aggregation node is and know that there are no excess charges to raise. This could potentially arise on a new estate ( like yours) where the feeds are all ducted with Fibre subduct included for blowing the fibre down.

If this is how it has been built you will need to send a big 'Bouquet' to the developer as their infrastructure build is 2nd to none ( and very unusual as far as builders are concerned!).


I agree that might be the case. But the £750 connection changes should still apply so maybe BT Business are waiving that in this instance?


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Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Tue 24-Jan-17 21:57:05
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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In reply to a post by baby_frogmella:
it very clearly states "Infinity Ultra On Demand" so its obvious that i'm being sold the FTTPoD service and not the native FTTP.

Not that I'm complaining but I'm genuinely curious to know why are BT selling the FTTPoD product at FTTP prices?


Are you in a "slow speed area"? ie less than 10Mbps even with FTTC?

If so, then perhaps you are one of the lucky recipients of this offer:
http://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2016/10/bt-open...

If so, then beware that the CP only gets access to 10 such lines.
Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Tue 24-Jan-17 22:52:36
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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In reply to a post by WWWombat:
In reply to a post by baby_frogmella:
it very clearly states "Infinity Ultra On Demand" so its obvious that i'm being sold the FTTPoD service and not the native FTTP.

Not that I'm complaining but I'm genuinely curious to know why are BT selling the FTTPoD product at FTTP prices?


Are you in a "slow speed area"? ie less than 10Mbps even with FTTC?

If so, then perhaps you are one of the lucky recipients of this offer:
http://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2016/10/bt-open...

If so, then beware that the CP only gets access to 10 such lines.


I believe he is on Talk Talk Business 80/20 connection.As per his sig tongue

Edited by 23Prince (Tue 24-Jan-17 22:52:57)

Standard User baby_frogmella
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 25-Jan-17 04:28:29
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


[re: WWWombat] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by WWWombat:
In reply to a post by baby_frogmella:
it very clearly states "Infinity Ultra On Demand" so its obvious that i'm being sold the FTTPoD service and not the native FTTP.

Not that I'm complaining but I'm genuinely curious to know why are BT selling the FTTPoD product at FTTP prices?


Are you in a "slow speed area"? ie less than 10Mbps even with FTTC?

If so, then perhaps you are one of the lucky recipients of this offer:
http://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2016/10/bt-open...

If so, then beware that the CP only gets access to 10 such lines.


Definitely not in a slow speed area. As 23prince says I'm currently getting the full 80/20 sync on TTB and even if vdsl2 wasn't available, plenty of LLU suppliers at exchange giving speeds of ~18mb/s at my address/postcode, though no BT ADSL2+ available.

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TalkTalk Business 80/20
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Edited by baby_frogmella (Wed 25-Jan-17 04:33:43)

Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Wed 25-Jan-17 22:55:12
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Oh well. I guess we'll find out what happens if you try ordering...
Standard User baby_frogmella
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 26-Jan-17 10:25:13
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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After a lot of dilly dallying I've taken the plunge and signed on the dotted line - it was too good an offer to refuse.

Now let's see if BT honour the agreement...

Watch this space smile

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TalkTalk Business 80/20
Netgear R9000 X10 running OpenWRT
My Broadband Quality Monitor
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Edited by baby_frogmella (Thu 26-Jan-17 10:27:19)

Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Thu 26-Jan-17 10:29:32
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Nice smile
Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Thu 26-Jan-17 12:39:20
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Re: BT Business Infinity Ultra 330/30 (FTTPoD)


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So do I have this right...

No connection fee (yet)
£450 per quarter (ie £150 per month)
Minimum term 24 months

After which, you can revert to standard FTTP pricing at around £70 per month

?
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