Finding the perfect data connection to meet the demands of your business


Traditional - FTTP (Fibre to the premises) Overview

Also known as ultrafast full-fibre broadband. It's a reliable, fast broadband service with a pure fibre-optic cable straight into a business.

Distance from the exchange or BT street cabinet no longer matters.

Guide Figures
Down Speedt
Up Speed
Max Cost
£250 p.m. for 1Gb
Typical Cost
£80 p.m. for 150Mb
FTTP - The ultimate broadband
The ultimate broadband

FTTP and it’s cousins FTTH and FTTB are still in a rollout phase across the UK.

FTTP uses fibre all of the way from the exchange to your premises. With fibre there is no loss of speed over distance so the location of your premises in relation to the exchange ceases to matter. It is also worth noting that the exchange and street cabinets must also be enabled for FTTC in order to deliver FTTP.

With a down channel speed between 100Mb to 1Gb and an up channel of 30Mb there is ample bandwidth for most businesses to run their full gamut of services.

Although the FTTP infrastructure is owned exclusively by BT Wholesale it will be available though all of their leading retail and aggregation partners, not just BT Retail under their fibre brand. On brownfield sites it can take 1-2 engineer man days to blow the fibre all of the way to your premises and connect it all up.

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