Next problem is to find out how to get Openreach to update their database so the house next door can order FTTP.
Properties connected to the same DP should
benefit from native FTTP however AFAIK Openreach don't give out guarantees as to which additional properties will also benefit from FTTP on the back of the FTTPoD build.
If your neighbour is deadly serious about getting FTTP, probably worth getting a free desktop FTTPoD quote, any database anomalies will most likely be corrected by Openreach at that stage. Worst case scenario, if they really can't get native FTTP then FTTPoD will probably work out quite cheap (relatively).
"FTTP on demand 1000/220 available"! I have only ever seen 330/30 for FTTPod.
Irrespective of what speed is shown for FTTPoD on the DSL checker, BT Wholesale don't sell anything above 330/30 on FTTPoD at present so i wouldn't read too much into higher speeds - that is unless you live in one of the few exchange areas in the E Midlands or S Wales where CPs such as Spectrum Internet or Syscomm can supply your neighbour with 1 Gig FoD using their own LLU backhaul.
FluidOne FTTPoD 330/30 Mbps
Edited by baby_frogmella (Thu 25-Apr-19 18:16:01)