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VDSL - no BT broadband?
"Mark Graves" wrote in message
Can someone explain the options for a person who wants to go broadband
but has fibreoptic cable instead of copper (I think it's between the
street cabinet and the exchange)? It is correct that BT do not support
broadband over fibreoptic and the person would have to change to cable
to get broadband? Seems a bit odd if BT themselves installed the
lines! Or are there other ISP's that support fibreoptic connections at
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thats right, no fibre optic
copper pair only
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