Last September we covered Direct Save Telecom starting to sell FTTH at a site in Andover where IFNL had built a FTTH network, now the service appears to be available at over 30 locations with the first three months of service free and a basic 25 Mbps down, 5 Mbps upload service costing £4.95 per month, plus the ubiquitous voice line rental at £14.45 per month.
The 25 Mbps service is described as suitable for light users and for some reason only the 40/10 (£8.95/m) and faster services are good for HD Streaming and they recommend the 100/15 service (£25/m) for online gaming, with heavy gamers being pushed towards the full fat 300/30 service at £48.50 per month. £70 activation fee applies, or if already live on the IFNL network this reduces to £25.
A handful of the live locations are Brooklands - Milton Keynes, Filton North Airfield - Bristol, Kings Cross Central - London, Sowerby Gateway - Thirsk and Woods Meadow - Lowestoft. The Direct Save Telecom site has the full list and all the product options.