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BT Full Fibre 900 (910mbps down, 110mbps up) £59.99pm + £9.99 delivery (24 month contract) - £1449.75
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BT Full Fibre 900 (910mbps down, 110mbps up) £59.99pm + £9.99 delivery (24 month contract) - £1449.75

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Posted 22nd Mar

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

BT is now offering 500/75 & 910/115 mbps packages (Down/Up). This is £7 cheaper compared to Virgin media's 1gbps package, but you must be in a Openreach FTTP covered area.

Open reach's FTTP Coverage: 8-10% of the country

Full Fibre 100: £29.99pm (150mbps)
Full Fibre 500: £49.99pm
Full Fibre 900: £59.99pm
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HaraldBB22/03/2020 14:31

FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I …FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I cannot have full fibre regardless having FTTC for 6 years


FTTC is not full fibre, FTTC means Fibre To The Cabinet - not your house.
Does my whole street get fibre for this price? Might be a decent deal if it’s shared between 5
BT.. "want superfast 1gig broadband? "
ME.. "Yes please"
BT.. "stick your postcode in then"
ME.. "here you go"
BT.. "have 36 Mb instead for £40"
ME.. "get lost"
Decent deal. £29.99 for 150mbps is very decent. Not sure why cold. Heat. People should look beyond the 2 year price. Not sure how thats extortionate. Plenty contracts at around £25 a month for 30mbps.
Edited by: "Kryptonitee" 22nd Mar
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Extortionate
Does my whole street get fibre for this price? Might be a decent deal if it’s shared between 5
donny126622/03/2020 14:12

Does my whole street get fibre for this price? Might be a decent deal if …Does my whole street get fibre for this price? Might be a decent deal if it’s shared between 5


HUKD mods are keeping setting the price to £1,4k. It should say £59.99pm
Jake4_22/03/2020 14:13

HUKD mods are keeping setting the price to £1,4k. It should say £59.99pm


Isn’t that the price over 2 years tho?
Full Fibre isn’t available where you live just yetYou can still get superfast fibre so there’s nothing to stop you streaming and downloading at home.
Decent deal. £29.99 for 150mbps is very decent. Not sure why cold. Heat. People should look beyond the 2 year price. Not sure how thats extortionate. Plenty contracts at around £25 a month for 30mbps.
Edited by: "Kryptonitee" 22nd Mar
Traditional Fibre comes from a copper cable?

Shouldn’t be that ‘traditional broadband’ ?
Saying I can get 955mbps not to shabby..
Kryptonitee22/03/2020 14:18

Decent deal. £29.99 for 150mbps is very decent. Not sure why cold. Heat. …Decent deal. £29.99 for 150mbps is very decent. Not sure why cold. Heat. People should look beyond the 2 year price. Not sure how thats extortionate. Plenty contracts at around £25 a month for 30mbps.


That's like telling people not to panic buy food.
Fair price if you need it but virgin do 12 and 18 month contracts
Reallly good price for the speed, shame I can’t get it!
Jake4_22/03/2020 14:13

HUKD mods are keeping setting the price to £1,4k. It should say £59.99pm


Price is correct, it's £59.99 x 24 months + £9.99 delivery = £1449.75
BT...always cold.
Solid service and great price. Back end infrastructure top notch too.
FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I cannot have full fibre regardless having FTTC for 6 years
BT are poor in may area
Why only 110 up? Trying to stop business customers cheating I guess which is naughty. For ref I'm on Gigaclear as we are in the sticks 300/300 is £49 although we pay less and 900/900 is £79 so makes this look good value to me. Why you need 1Gb is beyond me we've done 2 UHD streams and internet surfing at the same time and never troubled the connection. I would imagine most sites wouldnt be able to serve you 1Gb either
Niz22/03/2020 14:20

That's like telling people not to panic buy food.


What?
HaraldBB22/03/2020 14:31

FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I …FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I cannot have full fibre regardless having FTTC for 6 years


FTTC is not full fibre, FTTC means Fibre To The Cabinet - not your house.
HaraldBB22/03/2020 14:31

FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I …FTTC information is not precise, just run their checker and it says, I cannot have full fibre regardless having FTTC for 6 years


FTTC is not full fibre? FTTC is limited in the UK to 80 down.

Full fibre is FTTP. Which means fibre cabling to your front door rather than the street cabinet. Your FTTC availability (unfortunately) has no effect on FTTP!
Goose chase
BT.. "want superfast 1gig broadband? "
ME.. "Yes please"
BT.. "stick your postcode in then"
ME.. "here you go"
BT.. "have 36 Mb instead for £40"
ME.. "get lost"
My area has just moved been setup with Vodafone Gigafast - Ive has FTTP for years and been ripped off at £65 a month by BT since there were no other providers (price for include broadband, line rental and the call package).
Vodafone giving me a faster connection (which is not necessary for 99% of people) and calls included and I can take my landline number all for £30 a month - so Ive decided to ditch BT even though it has been a solid service and to be fair way ahead - I was in one of first in UK to get FTTP when they trialed it years back.

Myabe I will stay if they match the price but Im inclided to support Vodafone who are investing in good infastructure
Edited by: "mgk" 22nd Mar
955 mbps i could only get 73 before
donny126622/03/2020 14:12

Does my whole street get fibre for this price? Might be a decent deal if …Does my whole street get fibre for this price? Might be a decent deal if it’s shared between 5


LOL
If only the government invested in Fibre 15 years ago like Korea and Japan where only £15 would have sufficed for a 200mb connection or £30 for 1/2gbps.
Nice to see BT finally allowing consumers to take advantage of FTTP connections. Shame they didn't have a 1000Mb option though, seems strange to stop at 900Mb.
Virgin media will be launching their version, though I'm sure this will be delayed.
Most people won’t need anywhere near this speed. Ok for a business.

That being said, you could probably club together as a street and invest in some sort of powerful WiFi to share amongst everyone?
Took the 150mb package in October and got it on offer then for £39 a month, Sod’s law
Full Fibre isn’t available where you live just yet
mgk22/03/2020 14:49

My area has just moved been setup with Vodafone Gigafast - Ive has FTTP …My area has just moved been setup with Vodafone Gigafast - Ive has FTTP for years and been ripped off at £65 a month by BT since there were no other providers (price for include broadband, line rental and the call package).Vodafone giving me a faster connection (which is not necessary for 99% of people) and calls included and I can take my landline number all for £30 a month - so Ive decided to ditch BT even though it has been a solid service and to be fair way ahead - I was in one of first in UK to get FTTP when they trialed it years back.Myabe I will stay if they match the price but Im inclided to support Vodafone who are investing in good infastructure


Vodafone?... Good luck
I don’t really know of any consumer requirement that would call for this bandwidth. We have 2 active/active 1gb bearers with around 900mbps sync carved out of it for 8000 employees and that never seems slow...
So does OpenReach extend the FTTP availability based on demand or are they just slowly rolling it out everywhere ? Will there be areas which will never get it for example ?
So people are out of work due to a poxy deadly virus and BT are aiming at making money.. morals eh?
Max_Hardwick22/03/2020 15:50

So people are out of work due to a poxy deadly virus and BT are aiming at …So people are out of work due to a poxy deadly virus and BT are aiming at making money.. morals eh?


I don't understand what you are expecting them to do? Just down tools until people have their jobs back?
i pay around £60 for gfast and thats nearly 200mbs down from bt i wonder if they can flip me over to this service as it seems cheaper and faster
8-10% of the country....Shame full !!!
Lucky me!
I have BT and the connection is really good like 99% uptime. Just a shame I can only get 40mb down and 7mb up. I did get virgin installed but typically the connection was disgraceful and disconnected hourly.
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