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Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 (10:25 am) - Score 1,866
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Shropshire-based ISP Aquiss has introduced free setup (normally £100) on their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) based unlimited “superfast broadband” packages during July 2019, which is on top of their existing 50% discount on monthly rental for the first three months of service.

As a result new customers will pay from £15 a month (first 3 months then £30) for their unlimited entry-level 35Mbps (average speed) FTTP tier or £17 (first 3 months then £34) for 67Mbps and you also get included Static IPv4 / IPv6 Addresses. The Openreach based FTTP product does not require customers to take copper line rental (it’s standalone) but you will need to use or buy your own wireless router.

Aquiss doesn’t yet offer “ultrafast broadband” (100Mbps+) speeds on their FTTP plans but this is due to follow shortly. Otherwise it’s important not to confuse the stable speeds and strong reliability of FTTP packages with those of hybrid fibre FTTC / VDSL2 services. However FTTP is currently only available to 1.3 million premises on this network.

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar AnotherTim

    This makes FTTP cheaper than ADSL (£30 vs. £32). Good deal for anyone that can get it. Irritating for those of us that can’t!

  2. Avatar Darren Forster

    It seems ironic that I’m in the same county as Aquiss (in fact I notice they’re based in Bridgnorth and I’m in houses just off the Bridgnorth B road in Middleton, near Ludlow) and yet when I put my details in it said that I needed to call them as it appears it’s not available yet.

    I know BT won’t offer us fibre (despite repeatedly promising it us over the years – every time we always get the same old excuse – 3 miles is too far from the exchange… so why is one of the fibre exchanges in the area on top of Clee Hill in the middle of a sheep common, three miles from any property, if three miles is too far??? Our exchange is actually in Ludlow at the cemetery – you’d have thought though they’d have put the exchanges on the B road to Bridgnorth where all the houses are – not on top of Clee Hill where there is very few houses).

    But I thought with Aquiss being local they might have offered us at least FTTC or maybe even FTTP – would be more than happy to take them up on the deal if they did (and I guess many people in Middleton would also jump at them.

    • Avatar Martin Pitt - Aquiss

      Evening Darren,

      Within Shropshire we use Openreach and BT Wholesale to deliver services, so our coverage is all about where those services have been deployed.

      Can I ask you to drop us an email to sales@aquiss.net with your address details so we can take a look at coverage for you and where possible provide some future planning dates. If you’re being asked to call us normally means we can’t get data on the phone number you are entering (Sky or TalkTalk based by any chance?)

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