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sheephouse

Regular Member
I'm not sure they do - a couple of years ago BT Business couldn't give a quote for a leased line as BT Wholesale said it was going to be so ridiculously expensive they wouldn't be willing to do it even if they could (an 11 mile build).
Now, I do have fibre running 20 yards from my house, but that is for FTTC (that I can't have), not leased lines.
 

joemcd

Member
I started to look into this for a 1Gbps line and here are the quotes I got:
  • Talktalk: £540/month with £1,850 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • CIX: £489/month with £1,783 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • Giganet: £443/month with £2,313 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • Amvia: £355/month with £2,190 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • Vaioni: £321/month with £2,300 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)

Ordered with Vaioni so let's see how this goes.
 

aquiss

ISP Rep
I started to look into this for a 1Gbps line and here are the quotes I got:
  • Talktalk: £540/month with £1,850 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • CIX: £489/month with £1,783 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • Giganet: £443/month with £2,313 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • Amvia: £355/month with £2,190 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)
  • Vaioni: £321/month with £2,300 installation for 12 months (covered by gigabit voucher)

Ordered with Vaioni so let's see how this goes.
1Gbps over 1Gbps bearer? What postcode?
 

DazaMc

Casual Member
FluidOne : £300 a month with £0 install (36 months)
BT: £350 a month, £1,250 install charge (36 months)
TalkTalk: £275 , £0 install (36 months) .. same monthly with £1875 install charge (12 months)
Cerberus FTTPoD: £100 month with £8,700 install !!! (36 months)
Virgin Media DIA 100Mbit : £299, £0 install (36 months)

So far, talk talk are the winners here. Let's see who can beat them.
The Cerberus contract is only for one year and after that you can regrade and get a much lower monthly cost.
 

tyeth

Member
I also followed this tack having wanted a leased line for years. I spoke to Avonline who are an install partner for CityFibre (I want Vodafone 900mbps dl/ul ) and asked about installs as they are only 3steets away (Bristol). They said they get about 75m per loop and it was 3 loops. They need 1 business customer per loop ideally but could accept just one per order with a large enough business contract. Needless to say, I haven't pursued this yet as that week BT said FTTP arrived. I now wonder if I can get an Openreach line converted to CityFibre as the upload speed is necessary and CityFibre are already in my exchange for other FTTB customers.
Lastly keen to see what Vodafone offer in spring as they plan to use Openreach as well as CityFibre.
 

ManOfMeans

ULTIMATE Member
I now wonder if I can get an Openreach line converted to CityFibre as the upload speed is necessary and CityFibre are already in my exchange for other FTTB customers.
They are completely seperate networks so you wont be able to have the 1 gig city fibre service on a Openreach FTTP line
 
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