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  • Simply using the term FTTC would seem to show that BT have a grasp of the difference, yes. quote "Simply using the term FTTC would seem to show that BT have a grasp of the difference, yes."

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  • QUOTE "I am yet to see the argument for FTTH over FTTC which is in the least bit convincing."

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  • He simply refuses to believe that people won't pay £1200 to get a FTTH connection when we can get FTTC which is nearly the same speed for free.

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  • I am yet to see the argument for FTTH over FTTC which is in the least bit convincing.

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  • The only diff. is that VM send COAX from cab to premises, and BT often use the * ancient* copper/ali twisted pair ... sure, it can be called 'copper', BUT its the same stuff that gets quality HDTV to your sat receiver ... quote "They haven't called FTTC" fibre ", though.

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  • BPN 1411 KPN misses the broad picture by focussing on FTTC

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  • BPN 1411 KPN misses the broad picture by focussing on FTTC

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  • BPN 1411 KPN misses the broad picture by focussing on FTTC

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    BPN 1411 KPN misses the broad picture by focussing on FTTC

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  • 'Fiber to the curb' , 'fiber to the cabinet',

    Generally means fiber to just outside your house.

    June 26, 2014