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Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

goldenfibre
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Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

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DaveyH
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Re: Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

What happened to taking a year off,Or does that only apply to TBB?

Edit - Nope. I see you're back posting there too...

etdsaunders
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Re: Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

I can't see PlusNET offering it anytime soon Wink

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Re: Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

https://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/7858-new-openreach-fibre-on-demand-pricing-may-make-service-more...

not forgetting the build charge

The FTTP on Demand build charge has been explained in some depth during industry presentations i.e. to the providers who might or will sell the service, but a couple of scenarios are building to one premise at a cost of £3,000 but after deductions this worked out at £2,250. In another scenario five businesses clubbed together to share the £15,000 build charge, but as an additional 5 premises would also be able to order afterwards this dropped to £11,000.

goldenfibre
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Re: Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

I don't understand the build charge and how will that work out?

Browni
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Re: Openreach FTTPoD New Price from 2018

The build charges aren't public yet.

Please take a break from forums adslmax, you know it's for your own good.

I must have been really bad in a previous life. This is my 3rd ISP in a row that uses lithium.
Now you lot are going to suffer because my current ISP doesn't run a forum Cheesy