What is Full Fibre?
Full Fibre is the next generation of Broadband. It connects premises directly to the exchange using fibre optic cables, making a more reliable connection with Gigabit capable speeds.
Future proofing premises
Whilst there i likely to be some disruption whilst suppliers roll out Full Fibre over the years to come. By installing this form of connectivity now, this will future-proof homes and businesses across Oxfordshire. Once Full Fibre has been installed, suppliers will be able to improve speed upgrades in the future with minimal need to install new cables and disruption will remain minimal for years to come.
Benefits of Full Fibre include:
- You can use multiple devices simultaneously
- 4K streaming and online gaming run ultra-smooth
- Dropouts are less likely to occur and staying connected to friends and family is possible anytime, anywhere
- Work remotely or run an business from home
How much does it cost?
For the benefits, you'd usually expect a big jump in price but full fibre broadband doesn't actually cost a whole lot more.
Before upgrading it is always best to check what Full Fibre packages your current Internet Service Provider (ISP) provides and what the terms are for ending your service before the current contract ends if you need to change providers, as this may incur early termination fees.
Who offers Full Fibre / Fibre to the Premise (FTTP)
Our Providers | Digital Infrastructure Programme page offers a list of the broadband providers who currently operate within Oxfordshire and can offer FTTP packages. However, it is always best to check your what packages are available with you current ISP to ensure you do not incur any early termination fees.
How is Full Fibre different to current Broadband?
Our Broadband page contains all the details of the most common current connectivity methods used to keep us connected as well as the key differences between each type of connection. Learn more here: Broadband | Digital Infrastructure Programme