Fibre directly to your home or business
Fibre to the premises (FTTP), is a fibre-optic cable connection running from the telephone exchange directly to your home or business.
If you're in an FTTP enabled area, the good news is that you'll benefit from download speeds of up to 330Mbps, not all service providers currently offer the network, so you may have to consider switching providers to take advantage of the new service.
If you don't need FTTP speeds you can still upgrade to an FTTC product which will give you speeds of up to 80Mbps.
Below, we've listed some of the providers offering the FTTP network, it's important that you investigate the options available to you.
Exchange areas where FTTP has been deployed to date include:
PON V35, 59
PON V33, V36, V37
PON V35, PON V34
PON 30, V36, V38
PON V5105, V5320, V5099
PON V40, PON V5146, PON V5118
PON V37, V45, V46
PON V5059, PON V5106
PON 5080, PCP V5205
PON V5039, PON V5123
PON V31, 93
PON V3, 32, V36, V62
PON E1, PON V21
PON V31, PON V39
To find out if FTTP is available to you, please visit www.get-fibre.co.uk and use the Openreach availability checker.