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I'm not sure pal. Can't remember, all I do remember is having to drill through my porch for the engineer to run a cable back through. He could have been patching the test socket through to the office though rather than running the cable line.
Pretty sure though that it is FTTC. I don't usually venture into the office though so not 100%
Interesting. I'm having Infinity installed next week and my plan was to junk the Home Hub and connect straight to my Time Machine. I assume it will work exactly the same.
Agree on price but unfortunately I have no other option unless I keep my current 1MB (on a good day) broadband connection.
mines getting installed in a few weeks time and i'll be going straight onto a Cisco 887 , current adsl2+ 800 series cisco has been on for the last 3 years and has had zero downtime on the router or wireless , or current adsl is with Be and i'd have my fibre with them if they were planning it before 2013 , will go infinity till Be sort fibre
I don't understand why there doing FTTP, (never seen the internal cabling) but as your standard average joe won't understand about fibre optics, how fragile it is etc, can see a lot of faults arising tbh. FTTC would be fine for most people anyway, unless your far from a cab. IIRC you can't choose FTTP/FTTC anyway