By: Dave Haygarth On: October 16, 2011 In: Internet trends, Reverse Delta's Blog, Web news Comments: 0

As part of it’s roll-out plans to have fibre broadband available to two-thirds of UK premises by 2015 using Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC), BT is trialling a service called Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) which offers 300 Mbps, which it plans to have available at the end of Q1 2012.

Whilst the full 300Mbps speed will only be available to ‘a minority’ of the people who can get FTTP, the technology will mean that other customers will be able to receive an 80 Mbps service; still twice as fast as the current offering.

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