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What if BT kept ownership of FTTC and openreach just got ducts and cables? Sky wants to buy in but to what gain then? They would still have to pay BT for FTTC unless they installed their own equipment. If BT did this then there would be zero interest from Sky and make a split even less of an Ofcom option than it is now!!
With current media content, 10mb is acceptable for most people's requirements. 30mb is ample, 300 is over the top and 1gb is plain stupid. Savvy customers with 75mb are downgrading to 30mb to save money and don't notice any difference.! No way the public will want to foot the bill for fttp given the choice of higher bills to pay for it. Ofcom. Should be snapping BT's hand off with what's it's offering to do. With rollout and g-fast! That is assuming this is the REAL issue and not helping Sky… Read More
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