Sunday, 17 February 2019

BT doubles FTTC speeds, plans 300-Mbps FTTP 'on demand'

By Lewis Dowling, Total Telecom
Friday 03 February 12

U.K. incumbent to make 300-Mbps FTTP service available across its footprint on an on-demand basis from spring 2013.

BT on Friday announced that it will double the download speeds on its fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) services in the next few months, and that it will boost speeds into customers' premises by introducing an "FTTP on demand" service in a year's time…

BT on Friday announced that it will double the download speeds on its fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) services in the next few months, and that it will boost speeds into customers' premises by introducing an "FTTP on demand" service in a year's time…

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