FTTP

Ultrafast fibre

FTTP

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is a pure fibre connection all the way from the telephone exchange into your home or business premises that can deliver speeds of up to 1Gbps.

Our FTTP network is already the UK's largest, covering 345,000 premises.  And we're not stopping there.  We'll double the coverage over the next 12 months as part of our plan to reach two million homes and businesses by the end of 2020.

Find out where we're building FTTP network now 

We’ll be building Ultrafast network to bring homes and businesses in parts of Bath, Bradford, Bristol, Liverpool, City of Manchester and City of Salford, as well as in London, access to FTTP.

Our engineers are currently working to make FTTP available to 3,200 small and medium sized businesses and 2,200 residential premises in parts of Avonmouth, Bedminster, Bishopsworth, Bristol Central, Bristol North, Bristol South, Bristol West, Easton, Fishponds, Henbury, Keynsham and Whitchurch.

As soon as we’re finished building our network we’ll update this page to let you know that you’re now able to connect to an Ultrafast service via a chosen Service Provider.

Find out where we've recently finished building FTTP network and you can connect to an Ultrafast service now 

Bradford - Kirkgate area, and in Listerhills and Fieldhead business parks.

Parts of Avonmouth, Haydon Wick, Campton and Meppershall.

Use our fibre availability checker fibre accessibility checkerto see if your postcode is within these newly enabled areas.  If it is, get in touch with the Service Providers listed below and find an Ultrafast deal that's right for you.

Are you a business that would like to express interest in FTTP?

Would you be interested in having FTTP broadband available for your business? If so, please fill in our short form. Business fibre expression of business formWe’ll use your business address details to size potential demand for Business FTTP in your area. If there’s enough demand we’ll be in touch to let you know we’re bringing an Ultrafast network within your business's reach. 

 

Building an FTTP network 

Follow the journey from the exchange to the end customers' premises

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