Fibre To The Premises (FTTP)  is now available across many major cities. So far around 1.5 million premises have already been reached and their rollout is continuing to ramp-up (currently passing 20,000 homes and businesses every week).

The development forms part of the BT’s on-going work to cover 4 million premises (homes and businesses) with “full fibre” FTTP across the United Kingdom by March 2021, which could be extended to 15 million by around 2025

What is FTTP?

FFTP means ‘fibre to the premises’. Rather than reach your home or business via the green cabinet at the end of your street on copper cables like FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet), FTTP travels directly from your internet provider and through to your site all the way on fibre optic cables, making it the fastest type of fibre on the market. In fact, it can reach speeds of up to an impressive 1Gbps. That’s seriously fast!

Is your business missing out on lightning speeds for your broadband?

If your business is already in an FTTC area, then it’s a good opportunity to experience the speeds capable from FTTP and upgrade if you can get it.

To find out if Fibre To The Premises (FTTP)  is available for your business, just email in to us your postcode and a standard analogue phone line telephone number on site to and we can check this for you.

You might be able to get fibre broadband that runs up to 330 Mbps downstream and 50 Mbps upstream for your business (4 x faster than normal fibre broadband) for as little as £69.99 per month.

We also provide up to 160 Mbps down and 30 Mbps up at £59.99 per month which would be twice as fast as normal fibre to the cabinet broadband.

We hope the above information is helpful to you. If you would like to learn more about FTTP and the improvements it can make in your business or would like assistance in understanding your best options, then please contact us on 0800 50 533 50. Alternatively, you can visit our Internet Connectivity page on our website and fill in an enquiry form and one of the team will call you back shortly.