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1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds



 
 
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Old November 1st 06, 08:34 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!!

Thick shiites @ BT$ (TM) can't deliver anything
like that to you and me.

OFTEL$ the bum buddies @ BT$ (TM) can't do anthing
about that for you and me.

If we had that, we can run massive servers from home
and all the telephony over Trixbox or other
similar system and we would finally have true
liberalization of the telco industry
and a free market that charges 30 pounds a month
for 1.25Gbit and still make profit in less than a year.

munchkins @ BT$ (TM) please flame away.

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Old November 2nd 06, 07:12 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Richard Oliver
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

7 wrote:

You're back then.

OFTEL$ the bum buddies


Ofcom perhaps?

Don't they teach anything in prison?
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Old November 2nd 06, 08:12 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Bob Eager
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

On Wed, 1 Nov 2006 20:34:07 UTC, 7
wrote:

1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!!


See below....

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Old November 2nd 06, 02:28 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
R. Mark Clayton
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds


"Richard Oliver" wrote in message
...
7 wrote:

You're back then.

OFTEL$ the bum buddies


Ofcom perhaps?

Don't they teach anything in prison?


Depending how long it is since he went in, this change may have happened
while he was locked up with very limited (if any) access to the media / net.


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Old November 2nd 06, 08:20 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

munchkin Bob Eager @ BT$ (TM) wrote on behalf of BT$:

On Wed, 1 Nov 2006 20:34:07 UTC, 7
wrote:

1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!!


See below....


munchkins @ BT$ (TM) please flame away.

See above...

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAA!!!

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Old November 2nd 06, 09:41 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Bob Eager
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

On Thu, 2 Nov 2006 20:20:17 UTC, 7
wrote:

munchkin Bob Eager @ BT$ (TM) wrote on behalf of BT$:

On Wed, 1 Nov 2006 20:34:07 UTC, 7
wrote:

1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!!


See below....


munchkins @ BT$ (TM) please flame away.

See above...

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAA!!!


Q.E.D.

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Old November 3rd 06, 08:43 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds


7 wrote:
1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.


fiber and pounds don't go together.

Fibre to the home in the UK would cost around 600 per home if it was
financed on a utility model and had 100% takeup ie total cost 18
billion.

Its a free market anyone can do this. BT would have to wholesale and
unbundle services if they did it, so "anyone but BT" has the best
chance of economic success (and the lowest chance of actually
happening).

Phil

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Old November 5th 06, 03:59 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

PhilT wrote:


7 wrote:
1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.


fiber and pounds don't go together.



Plain Wrong.

How many times do I have to point out that we have dumb incumbant telcos
that wrongly overcharge customers.

And how many times have those companies and their munchkins (asstroturfers)
came here and insisted that costs are higher to continue charging
excessive amounts.


Fibre to the home in the UK would cost around 600 per home if it was
financed on a utility model and had 100% takeup ie total cost 18
billion.


This is assuming that is the only business model out there.
There is no harm in selling off the exchanges and tunnels
under the ground and letting private contractors install
equipment at the lowest possible cost to themselves and to
their customers.

Its a free market anyone can do this.


Thats all we ask for.

BT would have to wholesale and
unbundle services if they did it, so "anyone but BT" has the best
chance of economic success


Totally wrong. The best chances are actually Hong Kong based
companies, and other far eastern companies given a free reign
to install their equipment in partnership with local companies.


(and the lowest chance of actually
happening).


That bit is correct. Oh the foot dragging, oh the dragging feet... oh the
pain of dragging ones feet... ooohhh what a bummer, their draggy legs are
attached to their bums and those bums need sating around for
a little longer,,,,,....

Phil


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Old November 5th 06, 11:05 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Gizmo
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds


"7" wrote in message
.uk...
PhilT wrote:


7 wrote:
1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.


fiber and pounds don't go together.



Plain Wrong.

How many times do I have to point out that we have dumb incumbant telcos
that wrongly overcharge customers.


How do we overcharge ?

How much would you charge for the following:
2Mb uncontended connection
2Mb 50:1 contended connection
Fibre to the home - assume 50 metre dig to the nearest cab, but also take
into account all upgrades in your workings.


And how many times have those companies and their munchkins
(asstroturfers)
came here and insisted that costs are higher to continue charging
excessive amounts.


We dont.
How much do you think a UBR upgrade (per site) costs ?


Fibre to the home in the UK would cost around 600 per home if it was
financed on a utility model and had 100% takeup ie total cost 18
billion.


This is assuming that is the only business model out there.
There is no harm in selling off the exchanges and tunnels
under the ground and letting private contractors install
equipment at the lowest possible cost to themselves and to
their customers.


Clueless to the extreme

Its a free market anyone can do this.


Thats all we ask for.


So why not set up a Virtual ISP, start flogging 100Mb connections for 20 a
month ... and show the rest of us how its done.


BT would have to wholesale and
unbundle services if they did it, so "anyone but BT" has the best
chance of economic success


Totally wrong. The best chances are actually Hong Kong based
companies, and other far eastern companies given a free reign
to install their equipment in partnership with local companies.


Like who ?
And why are they at least installing LLU equipment right now ?


(and the lowest chance of actually
happening).


That bit is correct. Oh the foot dragging, oh the dragging feet... oh the
pain of dragging ones feet... ooohhh what a bummer, their draggy legs are
attached to their bums and those bums need sating around for
a little longer,,,,,....


Bit like the scum living around the Dalston area, eh


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Old November 6th 06, 12:07 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default 1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds

Gizmo wrote:


"7" wrote in message
.uk...
PhilT wrote:


7 wrote:
1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the current cost and international yard stick
to install fiber to the home.

fiber and pounds don't go together.



Plain Wrong.

How many times do I have to point out that we have dumb incumbant telcos
that wrongly overcharge customers.


How do we overcharge ?

How much would you charge for the following:
2Mb uncontended connection
2Mb 50:1 contended connection
Fibre to the home - assume 50 metre dig to the nearest cab, but also take
into account all upgrades in your workings.


And how many times have those companies and their munchkins
(asstroturfers)
came here and insisted that costs are higher to continue charging
excessive amounts.


We dont.
How much do you think a UBR upgrade (per site) costs ?


Fibre to the home in the UK would cost around 600 per home if it was
financed on a utility model and had 100% takeup ie total cost 18
billion.


This is assuming that is the only business model out there.
There is no harm in selling off the exchanges and tunnels
under the ground and letting private contractors install
equipment at the lowest possible cost to themselves and to
their customers.


Clueless to the extreme


I'm surprised clueless dumbos like you have
the audacity to post here.
Read some trade press and come back with a clue please.


Its a free market anyone can do this.


Thats all we ask for.


So why not set up a Virtual ISP, start flogging 100Mb connections for 20
a month ... and show the rest of us how its done.


BT would have to wholesale and
unbundle services if they did it, so "anyone but BT" has the best
chance of economic success


Totally wrong. The best chances are actually Hong Kong based
companies, and other far eastern companies given a free reign
to install their equipment in partnership with local companies.


Like who ?
And why are they at least installing LLU equipment right now ?



BWAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!

Like why don't you know clueless dumbo?
Do you read any trade press?
Let me suggest you look at the title.
1.25Gbit fiber link to home for 300 pounds.
That is the reality of today's international norm
for broadband.


(and the lowest chance of actually
happening).


That bit is correct. Oh the foot dragging, oh the dragging feet... oh the
pain of dragging ones feet... ooohhh what a bummer, their draggy legs are
attached to their bums and those bums need sating around for
a little longer,,,,,....


Bit like the scum living around the Dalston area, eh


 




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