BT Doubles FTTH Broadband Rollout

Ainsley Jones

BT announced that it has adjusted its plans to have its fiber-to-the-home network available to 2.5 million homes and businesses by 2012. The original plan was for 1 million, reports ISPreview UK.

 

Steve Robertson, CEO of Openreach, said:

This development shows that we are determined to bring world-leading broadband speeds to UK homes and businesses. Service providers have asked us for more FTTP and so we have listened to them. The UK already leads the world when it comes to broadband availability and today's announcement will help the UK climb the speed league tables as well. The UK is well placed but we need to invest for the future so that customers can access the rich applications that will be popular in a few years time.

The move will increase broadband download speeds to up to 100Mbps, says Financial Times.



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