Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)
BT's FTTC Fibre Broadband Service provides speeds up to 40Mbps and is now available in some areas of the UK.
Advance Networks can now provide this new very fast internet access.
What is FTTC?
FTTC is where BT run a fibre cable from the local exchange, to a street cabinet nearer to your property. Broadband equipment is placed in this cabinet, and then linked over existing copper to local business and homes.
This provides up to 40Mbps broadband to those whose phone line is fed from a cabinet, rather than directly back to the telephone exchange.
What will it cost?
We expect pricing to be very similar to our existing ADSL packages, but as the service is at present limited to area please ask us to provide pricing based on your area and availability.
When can I get FTTC?
FTTC is available in some areas of the UK, but will become widely available with 40% of the BT's Network being enabled for FTTC by 2012.
Advance Networks will provide you with details of what is available in your area, when FTTC is available, and what products can be used to enhance your existing service until FTTC is available.
Please contact us for details of FTTC in your area