Fibre optic used to be considered too exclusive but now the affordable prices and availability makes it accessible to everyone for the future. With broadband now a necessity instead of a luxury, the current estimated 635.9m broadband subscribers in the world will adapt to fibre optics in no time. With superfast broadband you can browse the net whenever you like, complete online bank transactions instantly and download films and music even faster than before.
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Our best cheap fibre optic broadband deals
- Virgin Media Broadband 30Mb & Phone Size: M
Ideal for small households, Virgin Media’s 30Mb package with M phone has plenty of features to keep you occupied online including speeds of up to 30Mbps and unlimited downloads. It’s free for the first 6 months and then you pay £14.50 (plus £14.99 line rental).
- BT Infinity 1
With speeds of up to 38Mbps and speeds of 40GB, superfast broadband has never been better with BT Infinity 1. It comes with a free BT Vision box+ and free BT home hub. It’s £9.00 for the first 3 months and then you pay £18.00 (plus £15.45 line rental). Sign up now and you could get a £50 Sainsbury’s gift card.
- Sky Broadband Unlimited Fibre & Talk Weekends with Line Rental (Without TV)
Sky offers speeds of up to 40GB and unlimited downloads with the Unlimited Fibre package. It also includes free activation, free access to The Cloud and a new and improved router. It’s £20.00 (plus £15.45 line rental).
The latest Point Topic and Broadband Forum study notes that fibre optic (FTTx) services have now overtaken cable, making it the second largest method of internet connectivity after digital subscriber line (DSL).
Although DSL is still at the top with 367m subscribers online, fibre optic is catching up at 125m while cable is now lagging behind with 121m.
Oliver Johnson, CEO of PointTopic, said:
“As the world gradually emerges from financial turmoil the continued growth of broadband has been a steady light in the storm.”
The use of fibre optic is predicted to rise due to the government plan of switching from DSL to provide Britain with the fastest broadband available.
Fibre optic broadband may not at the top yet but it may well be sooner than we think.
For more information on fibre optic broadband, call 0808 256 660