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Standard User Barneyabz
(experienced) Wed 08-Jul-20 20:22:08
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Openreach FTTP


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Anyone know when TalkTalk will be reselling Openreach FTTP.? I can get BT 900/110 but am holding out for TalkTalk for the moment but beginning to wonder whether I'm being silly waiting with still no announcements from TalkTalk .

Thanks

Barney

TALKTALK FTTC 80/20
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 08-Jul-20 23:19:34
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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If you live in Salisbury phone them or try their own support forums

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Standard User thomaswarne01
(member) Wed 08-Jul-20 23:27:43
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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TalkTalk-TheRegisterINFO
A google found this link may be of use to you.
also an interesting read.


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Standard User Barneyabz
(experienced) Thu 09-Jul-20 18:19:23
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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Thanks for the link. Had seen it previously but no update since then from TalkTalk. Oh well.

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Standard User Barneyabz
(experienced) Thu 09-Jul-20 18:21:37
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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Don't live in Salisbury, or York sadly. Tried the TalkTalk forums, but nobody knows anything there either. Thanks anyway.

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Standard User Highland76
(member) Thu 09-Jul-20 18:33:40
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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Should be this month.

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Standard User burble
(committed) Thu 09-Jul-20 19:20:19
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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Second time of trying to post this has my internet keeps dropping.
It should be sometime this month, but is supposed to be a soft launch, so I guess little if any advertising.
With the wet weather over the last few days I'm sometimes down to 2Mbps, or losing connection, so I'm looking forward to FTTP.
Standard User bloodycat
(member) Tue 25-Aug-20 21:26:03
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When they phoned me last month to try to get me to convert my legacy F2S ADSL they still had no idea when FTTP would be available.

After the latest notification of yet another price increases I have decided to move to Zen - for what my current ADSL2 service will cost after the increase I can get FTTP 100Mb with no future price rises, unlike talktalk who increase prices annually once initial contract period is over despite offering much faster services for less on a new contract.
Standard User Highland76
(member) Tue 25-Aug-20 21:48:15
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Or you can make a note in your diary when your TT minimum term ends and nearer the date either re-negotiate a new contract or leave them. Ditto for your gas & electric. Its not rocket science.

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Standard User Chippy_Tea_
(experienced) Wed 26-Aug-20 15:59:10
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Re: Openreach FTTP


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In reply to a post by Highland76:
Or you can make a note in your diary when your TT minimum term ends and nearer the date either re-negotiate a new contract or leave them. Ditto for your gas & electric. Its not rocket science.


Well said, i have been doing this for years even though i had no intention of leaving.

I pay £27.50 i get 70Mbps (see test in link below)

https://www.thinkbroadband.com/_assets/speedtest/but...

Unless i have missed something Zen is £7.49 per month dearer.

£34.99
monthly
£19.99 set-up fee

.

Edited by Chippy_Tea_ (Wed 26-Aug-20 16:06:44)

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