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Broadband ISP File Sanctuary Launches UK FTTP Packages

Friday, Sep 10th, 2021 (8:01 am) - Score 1,392
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Internet provider File Sanctuary has this week become the latest in a fairly long line of UK ISPs to launch a range of new unlimited home and business broadband packages based off Openreach’s latest Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) products, which are available at reasonably competitive prices.

Each package comes attached to a 12-month minimum contract term and free installation or migration. In addition, the provider’s customer support is all UK based, and they fully support both IPv4 and IPv6 internet addresses on their network.

NOTE: Openreach’s FTTP network currently covers 5.2 million UK premises and will reach 25 million by December 2026.

The only catch is that their packages don’t come bundled with an included broadband router, but you can use your own or select from one of their optional paid devices. Otherwise, the core FTTP packages are all as follows.

File Sanctuary’s FTTP Packages
(Average Advertised Speeds)

67Mbps down / 18Mbps up – £40.80 per month

150Mbps down / 27Mbps up – £43.20 per month

300Mbps down / 47Mbps up – £45.60 per month

500Mbps down / 73Mbps up – £50.40 per month

900Mbps down / 110Mbps up – £55.20 per month

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9 Responses
  1. Avatar photo James says:

    Given they don’t seem to operate their own network I wonder who they’re reselling? Probably ICUK? Seems to be who a lot of the smaller providers resell.

  2. Avatar photo Tech3475 says:

    One potential added cost is that a landline/voip isn’t included.

    Before anyone says anything, for me it is a problem as others in the house demand a landline.

    1. Avatar photo Chris says:

      It’s about time someone made a mobile that looked like an old corded phone that one can put in a corridor and the phone line cord is actually a power cord plugged into the mains.

      Better still would be a mobile phone dect base station.

      for less than line rental, on I’d mobile I get unlimited minutes and 15GB and Wi-Fi calling if needed.

    2. Avatar photo Chris says:

      A review on Amazon suggests this set of dect phones can connect to a mobile to answer and make calls. It says it doesn’t need a landline.


      This and a cheap mobile with a cheap contract would be cheaper than line rental

    3. Avatar photo Essa says:

      Something which is related to this, Few years ago when I moved I decided to ditch the landline (you can’t as Broadband need it, but not connect a phone to it). My mum in Germany would and could not understand this approach. She was wondering how she would get in touch with me if i did not have landline and she was very nervous.

      I told her and helped her with Video calls from mobile phone, WhatsApp, Google Due, FaceTime, Telegram and eventually she got the idea. Now she only calls with those and communicate with those apps.

      Moral of the story is, if my mum can change anyone can, the only thing which stops this is lack of will to accept a change.

      Change is always difficult for many people and learning new skill is even more challenging but I believe if there is a will there is a way.

  3. Avatar photo SM says:

    Can anyone explain the background to the name “ File Sanctuary”?

    Sounds more like a service that auto backs up all your files and downloads?

    1. Avatar photo Ben Bristow says:

      No idea, does sound like one of those shady ‘premium’ file locker sites though.

      Looking at their site though they offer cloud servers, VPS, WordPress hosting etc also.

    2. Avatar photo Mike says:

      Maybe it’s run by GCHQ.

  4. Avatar photo brrrrr says:

    “based off Openreach’s latest Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) products”
    stopped reading right there

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