Parts of Wychavon District benefit from further Fibre to the Premises deployment
Tuesday 15th August, 2017
FTTP is a fibre-optic cable connection running from the telephone exchange to your home or business.
If you’re in a FTTP enabled area, you can benefit from download speeds of up to 330Mbps. However, not all service providers currently offer the service so you might not be informed by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) that it is available and may need to consider changing providers. If you don't need FTTP speeds you can still buy an FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) product offering speeds up to 80Mbps.
As not every service provider offers FTTP at the moment, it is important that you investigate which suppliers can provide the service. When placing an order with your chosen ISP, they will provide you with a date when an engineer will visit to carry out tests or even a survey, should one be necessary.
Enter your postcode in the checker on our website to find out if you can upgrade to superfast fibre broadband.