The UK's largest independent broadband news and information site
Our tracking of the Openreach FTTP footprint shows it has just passed the 900,000 premises mark and continues to grow as Dagenham is the latest exchange area to see the Fibre First roll-out realised.
Truespeed is rolling out full to rural premises between Bath and Weston-Super-Mare and we have just updated our maps and coverage data for them.
The latest premises to get access to Hyperoptic full fibre are now on our checker.
The Fibre First roll-out has been spotted on another five exchanges, Wallasey, Chapeltown, Radford, Whitchurch (Avon) and Beacon.
The pace of the full fibre roll-outs is now at a pace where the long established order for the areas of the UK with the most FTTP are set to change and it looks like Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are going to try and stay towards the top of the table.
After years of not featuring in the pretty charts from the FTTH Council Europe the UK is now on the charts as the roll-out of full fibre gathers pace.
Our monthly look at the difference in performance at peak times and off-peak and how well the major providers are delivering single download services (aka video streaming) for February 2019 shows that while Vodafone is working on fixes for its problems no..
The full fibre game has just gone up a notch with Zzoomm announcing that in conjunction with ADTRAN the infrastructure for their roll-out will deliver 10 Gbps using XGS-PON.
The growth in full fibre availability across the UK appears to be accelerating with 6.3% of premises where there is a FTTP option, this is an increase of almost 0.5% in the last four weeks.