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pjmarsh
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Re: FTTP

Are you sure on that Vodafone deal @piratepete108?  Their website says from £30 a month on the tier that offer all their speeds, so I'd guess that is for the slower speeds.  The cheapest I can see the 900Mbps offering is £60 a month.  I'm not sure if that is via the Openreach network either, as it says it's not available to me, though FTTP is and other providers can supply me that, though that might be because of the interconnects that Vodafone have at my Headend.

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piratepete108
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Re: FTTP

If you click on the £60 a month 900Mbs deal it comes up as a black Friday 50% off deal , so £30

pjmarsh
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Re: FTTP

I can't see that anywhere, but there is a number of sites referencing Vodafones Black Friday deal of 910Mbps being "just £60"

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pint
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Re: FTTP

Shell have announced their FTTP prices on 18 month contracts as follows:

 

100mbps down, 20mbps up £30.99

200/30 £35.99

300/50 £39.99

500/75 £43.99

900/115 £49.99

 

Also out of interest their FTTC prices are the same across both speed profiles 40/1 and 80/20, as they are with Now Tv broadband

 

source:

 https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2021/11/isp-shell-energy-to-launch-cheap-uk-full-fibre-broadba...