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ISP Aquiss Launch Faster UK FTTP Home Broadband Packages

Friday, July 23rd, 2021 (2:41 pm) - Score 1,080
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Shropshire-based UK ISP Aquiss has today added three new Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) based home broadband packages – 300Mbps, 500Mbps and 900Mbps – to complement their existing 36Mbps, 75Mbps and 150Mbps tiers on the same Openreach based network platform.

All of their FTTP packages come with unlimited download allowances, Standard Care, Static IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses as standard, a 12-month contract term and free activation.

NOTE: Openreach’s full fibre network currently covers 5 million UK premises and is expected to reach 25 million by December 2026.

The only catch is that, unlike a fair few other ISPs, Aquiss doesn’t bundle a wireless router in with their service, but you can often use an existing router or buy a new third-party one online.

The New Range of FTTP Packages

Family Unlimited Pure Fibre 40
£32.00 per month – £22.00 for first 3 months
40 Mbps Down / 10 Mbps Up (max)
36 Mbps / 7.5 Mbps (average)

Family Unlimited Pure Fibre 80
£34.00 per month (Free Install) – £24.00 for first 3 months
80 Mbps Down / 20 Mbps Up (max)
75 Mbps / 17 Mbps (average)

Family Unlimited Pure Fibre 160
£42.00 per month (Free Install) – £32.00 for first 3 months
160 Mbps Down / 30 Mbps Up (max)
150 Mbps / 26 Mbps (average)

Family Unlimited Pure Fibre 330
£49.00 per month (Free Install) – £39.00 for first 3 months
330 Mbps Down / 50 Mbps Up (max)
300 Mbps / 45 Mbps (average)

Family Unlimited Pure Fibre 550
£57.00 per month (Free Install) – £47.00 for first 3 months
550 Mbps Down / 75 Mbps Up (max)
500 Mbps / 70 Mbps (average)

Family Unlimited Pure Fibre 1000
£65.00 per month (Free Install) – £55.00 for first 3 months
1000 Mbps Down / 115 Mbps Up (max)
900 Mbps / 100 Mbps (average)

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8 Responses
  1. JP says:

    Good looking packages.

    1. michael says:

      was really waiting on Aquiss to launch their new tariffs, but seems IDNet much cheaper and now can’t decide if I should just switch.

    2. Martin Pitt - Aquiss says:

      @michael. You must be looking at different FTTP pricing to me. With the exception of 40/10, we undercut IDNet across the board.

    3. michael says:

      yes you right, their site is misleading by showing prices without VAT first!

  2. adslmax says:

    Pretty good price but shame my area not on FTTP in Telford yet.

  3. Peter says:

    Anyone know who they use for wholesale? TTB, BTW, or maybe someone else?
    I’m guessing they just reselling as I can’t find them on PeeringDB

    1. Martin Pitt - Aquiss says:

      It’s never been a secret. We use BTW and have routed all our traffic through Entanet (know known as CityFibre) over the past 20 years. You will find all you need to know via ASN8468

  4. Martin Doyle says:

    That fantastic news will be moving back when my contract is up at BT

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