BT launches UK FTTH service

16 November 2011

UK telecoms company, BT, has expanded its broadband family to include an FTTH service, offering download speeds of up to 100Mbps and upload speed of up to 15Mbps.

The new service, named BT Infinity Option Three will deliver the company's highest consumer download speed.

The FTTH service will only be available from a limited numbers of exchanges initially, increasing...

Topics: BT, FTTH, UK

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