Fibre (FTTC) Broadband

With the advent of BT Openreach’s Fibre to the Cabinet broadband products, super fast broadband with speeds of up to 80Mbps is now available to roughly 80% of the UK. Like all our broadband products, our FTTC packages have full, unfiltered Internet access and static IP addressing as standard.
 

FTTC 40

£47.40

per month

including phone line rental & VAT
  • Unmetered Usage
  • Upto 40Mbps download
  • Upto 10Mbps upload
  • 1 Static IPv4 Address
  • 1 Static IPv6 Address
  • /56 Routed IPv6 Block

FTTC 55

£49.20

per month

including phone line rental & VAT
  • Unmetered Usage
  • Upto 55Mbps download
  • Upto 10Mbps upload
  • 1 Static IPv4 Address
  • 1 Static IPv6 Address
  • /56 Routed IPv6 Block

FTTC 80

£52.20

per month

including phone line rental & VAT
  • Unmetered Usage
  • Upto 80Mbps download
  • Upto 20Mbps upload
  • 1 Static IPv4 Address
  • 1 Static IPv6 Address
  • /56 Routed IPv6 Block
 
If you’re lucky, you might be able to access the new FTTC G.Fast products – offering theoretical maximum speeds of 330Mbps.
 

FTTC G.Fast 160

£69.00

per month

including phone line rental & VAT
  • Unmetered Usage
  • Upto 160Mbps download
  • Upto 30Mbps upload
  • 1 Static IPv4 Address
  • 1 Static IPv6 Address
  • /56 Routed IPv6 Block

FTTC G.Fast 330

£81.00

per month

including phone line rental & VAT
  • Unmetered Usage
  • Upto 330Mbps download
  • Upto 50Mbps upload
  • 1 Static IPv4 Address
  • 1 Static IPv6 Address
  • /56 Routed IPv6 Block
 
YMMV

A note about service speeds

Because of the way that FTTC works, speeds are dependent on your distance from the street cabinet, the overall quality of the line, how busy BT’s network is, and even the weather. As a result, while we can make an estimate ahead of your order, the actual download and upload sync speeds and throughput you will receive cannot be guaranteed, and are more likely than not to change during the lifetime of the line. If speeds substantially degrade, then we can request that BT investigate, but generally this requires that your sync speed roughly halves from what you have normally been receiving. Any other provider delivering service using FTTC is subject to the same laws of physics (and laws of BT Openreach) as us; so if another provider isn’t giving you this information up front, or is claiming that they are unaffected by the laws of physics, be very suspicious of that and any other claim(s) they might make.