Special discount on connection fee of Full Fibre Infrastructure Build Product

Saturday, December 29th 2018

Openreach has informed that they are offering an exemption of upto £2800 towards the first connection charges for Ethernet Access Direct or FTTP broadband while the customers order via their new Full Fibre Infrastructure Build product.

FFIB is designed mainly for public sectors such as schools, government, public buildings etc and it is a commercial product even available for individuals or multiple site infrastructure to get full fibre connectivity.

Mainly this product concentrates on the locations for their fibre network deployment where there is no FTTP roll out plans. After completion, the customers will get connection from the new distribution points either as Ethernet leased lines or FTTP. FFIB also helps to carry all fibre based services from Gigabit capable, ethernet etc. It is a passive type of fibre network building solution where the customers can get active services from their own choice of service providers also.

Beyond this, the ISPs can include their own service wrap which includes Service Level Agreements with public sector customers. Then they will be given with Ethernet services without construction charges.

The customers will get either maximum of £2800 if connection charge is more than that or actual connection charges if it is less. To say 100 Mbps or 1 Gbps FTTP or standard EAD networks will get free connection. The above exemption will be available for orders made on or after January 15, 2019.

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