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FTTPOD after 12 months, does it convert to regular FTTP?

Alex_UK

Casual Member
Hey guys I'm still on a journey trying to get either virgin to cable my street or openreach with fttpod installed, so I read somewhere that after 12 months the fttpod circuit is considered a regular FTTP so in theory I could simply move to any ISP with a cheaper rate. Is that the case?

Thanks
 

Mark.J

Administrator
Staff member
ISPreview Team
Yes that's correct. FoD is mostly just about the installation, so once you're outside of the initial contract then you effectively have a normal FTTP line.
 

Mark.J

Administrator
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ISPreview Team
No they changed that in the last refresh, although of course ISPs can still set contracts how they please.
 
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