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South West ISP Jurassic Fibre Refresh FTTP Broadband Plans

Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 (1:30 pm) - Score 1,248
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Full fibre ISP Jurassic Fibre, which aims to cover 350,000 UK premises with a 1Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network across South West England (here and here), appears to have refreshed their packages and reduced prices on several tiers.

At present the operator is initially working its way down in Devon from around Clyst St Mary and Farringdon in the north (Phase 1 Route) – where they covered a patch between Exeter Airport and the Sowton Industrial Estate – to Lympstone and then Exmouth on the south coast. We expect that Exmouth phase of the build to start going live soon.

But before that can happen it looks like the ISP has refreshed their packages a bit. For example, the entry-level plan previously cost £35 per month for a 50Mbps (10Mbps upload) speed, but they’ve now dropped the download to 30Mbps and cut the price to £25. The full line-up of packages can be seen below.

As before, all of these come attached to an unlimited usage allowance, free standard installation (non-standard installs may cost £250) and a 1 month minimum contract term.

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7 Responses
  1. Avatar Rick

    The rough estimate being given by sales is September-October for almost total go-live in Exmouth — looking forward to it, even more so with the more economical choices being offered.

    • Avatar Bob2002

      Parts of Exmouth will not be covered and will have to wait until Phase 2, that includes areas in central Exmouth. I don’t have access to their rollout in detail but it seems it is far from total coverage.

  2. Avatar Scott carter

    Don’t suppose you have any news about FTTP in wimborne? Or surrounding areas?

  3. Avatar Dave

    They keep killing Openreach service in the Exmouth area whilst pulling its stuff through the Openreach ducting.

    The revised packages are “better” but they’re still not of any interest to me and many others. The 100/20 package is still essentially the same as a 80/20 FTTC service, except it’s around £10/month more than many people pay.

    I look forward to when the exclusivity period ends and Openreach can let customers have a choice of provider once FTTP is deployed by them. The biggest issue with all the alt nets is the lack of choice, so if what they offer doesn’t suit… tough.

    • Avatar 5G Infinity

      Yes heard many complaints re outages in Exmouth due to JF – family member had no phone service for nearly a week.

      Re choice, then yes you have to go to companies like VXFIBER who operate a wholesale own access platform so any ISP can join

  4. Avatar Steve

    They have been surveying around Honiton for the last two days and look as though they will be competing with Gigaclear from what the engineers told me (who are now turning their former failed partial CDS rollout into a commercial one). If they do then they’ll need to revise those packages again. Why would I pay them 50 quid for 300mbps down and only 60 up when for the same money Gigaclear offer 300mbps symmetric? That just makes no sense.

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