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FTTP Home no copper cabling

active8
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Registered: 18-11-2011

FTTP Home no copper cabling

Hi,

I live in an FTTP enabled home, all the open reach equipment is already in my property waiting for a service to go live.

 

Can I somehow sign up to plus.net FTTP trial?

 

Thanks.

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SpendLessTime
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Re: FTTP Home no copper cabling

From https://community.plus.net/t5/Fibre-To-The-Premises-trial/Availability-of-FTTP-house-move/m-p/136813... by staffer HarryB

If it's an FTTP only area, that unfortunately won't be possible

 

Both BT and Zen offer unlimited FTTP services and both have the higher speeds of 220/20 and 330/30 in addition top the 80/20 and 55/10(BT Retail) 40/10 (Zen IIRC). (Plusnet only offer 80/20 and 40/2)

Plusnet Help Team
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Re: FTTP Home no copper cabling

Although the quote SpendLessTime has referenced was in regards to bringing phone over to us in an FTTP area, unfortunately it still applies if you don't currently have a Plusnet account as the trial is only open to existing customers. Apologies for any inconvenience.

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 Harry Beesley
 Plusnet Help Team
SpendLessTime
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Re: FTTP Home no copper cabling

Whoops my bad, didn't realise it was for phone . But at least the intent was good.

RobPN
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Re: FTTP Home no copper cabling

@HarryB Thinking outside the box, what if the OP was able to sign up for a PN ADSL account in his/her name but using a friend or relatives phone number and address, would it then be possible to do a 'house move' to their own address and join the FTTP trial that way?