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Standard User mrvanx
(committed) Tue 11-Feb-20 20:40:18
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Hi All,

Currently I am connected using a fixed wireless provider (Beeline Broadband.......which is excellent) but my village has now been outfitted with FTTP. So far providers have been a very select few but I noticed this article:

Has anyone enquired directly to Sky about this yet? I'm holding off changing provider until maybe Sky come along as with TV already it would make sense in terms of subscription costs.


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Standard User simon194
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 12-Feb-20 08:18:13
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Sky are only offering G.Fast at the moment although there was a rumour that they will be offering FTTP very soon but nothing has been confirmed by Sky yet.
Standard User j112
(committed) Wed 12-Feb-20 11:21:46
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I'd be very keen to know how much Sky are going to charge...

I am in the process of moving to a new build area that has FTTP and Virgin Cable available. I've just signed up for Virgin Cable as it seems to offer the most value for money. However, if sky did offer something at a similar price point to Virgin this would be interesting!

Broadband History
Exchange: Montfort

1st Ntl World Dial Up
2nd Pipex 512k/1Mb
3rd UK Online- 4.5Mb
4th Zen-(Never connected! Tags on the line!)
5th Sky - 3.5Mb
6th Virgin Media 30Mb
7th Sky FTTC 40Mb (Cancelled after two days due to DLM/Poor Internal Wiring)
8th Virgin Media 60Mb
9th Virgin Media 100Mb
10th Virgin Media 150Mb
11th Virgin Media 200Mb

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Standard User simon194
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 13-Feb-20 08:46:18
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My understanding is that it will be the same price as the current Superfast and Ultrafast packages..
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