What speeds does FTTC offer?

FTTC comes in two variations

What equipment do I need?

To take advantage of FTTC the end user will need either;
  1. An ethernet router that will connect to a BT Openreach fibre router and deliver your connection via PPPoE
  2. A vDSL specific router that will connect directly to the premises NTE and connect without the BT Openreach fibre router.

How many VoIP users can I have on a FTTC Connection?

The current lead time for an FTTC connection is 10 working days. According to the latest updates from BT Openreach, FTTC/P

What else will I need?

You will need a standard POTS analogue telephone line to have your FTTC connection deployed in conjunction with. Installation will require an engineer visit from BT Openreach to put your connection in place. This will require you to be onsite at your business premises to allow access to the engineer.