BT Full Fibre Prices and Deals
BT Fibre 250 features download speeds up to 300 Mbps for £49.99 per month. Last but certainly not least, BT Full Fibre 900 is £59.99 per month with download speeds of up to 910 Mbps.
If you’re looking to get Full Fibre 900, we recommend looking at EE Fibre Max 900 at £55 per month for 900 Mbps. If BT or EE cannot provide Full Fibre 900, you could see if Virgin Media Gig1 Fibre is available in your area.
EE and BT Full Fibre are currently available to 20% of the UK market, and Virgin Media is at more than double at 53%. Here are the latest BT Full Fibre Deals currently on offer.
Full Fibre Speeds
BT Broadband offers incredible ultrafast broadband download speeds of up to 910 Mbps and upload speeds up to 110 Mbps. It is important to note that BT provides faster upload speeds than Virgin Media if you require a fast upload speed.
If you use the internet often and download large files frequently, you would notice the benefit of having faster broadband speeds almost immediately. If you were to download the game Fortnite to your gaming console, it would be a massive 17.5 GB download.
If you were to download the file using ADSL broadband, it would take over four hours to download or just under three minutes at 910 Mbps speeds. Even with BT fibre 2 speeds, it would take 36 minutes. The difference between night and day, especially if you started downloading at 5.45 P.M. (We used a download calculator).
How to Get Full Fibre Installed?
Getting full-fibre installed to your premises is a straightforward process where BT sends you your Hub Modem in the mail. The product works like a plug and play device where it automatically connects you.
In most cases, BT doesn’t need to send an engineer out, but they will contact you immediately to set up a convenient time if they do. BT will contact your current broadband provider (Except Virgin Media) for you and break the news you’re switching.
BT will make the process simple, smooth, and hassle-free, and you will always be connected to the internet during the switch.
BT Fibre 100
BT Fibre 250
BT Fibre 900
Ultra HD and Full Fibre
Do you watch Ultra HD or otherwise known as UHD television? Ultra HD uses five times more bandwidth than traditional HD. Netflix listed on their website that you should have a download speed of at least 25 Mbps.
Even Google has mentioned that YouTube requires at least 20 Mbps for watching Ultra HD on YouTube. You will be able to download, stream, facetime, and listen to music to your heart’s content with Full Fibre 900.
Click the button below to see if you can get Full Fibre 900 in your area. If not, please bookmark this page, as we will update new regions as they come available.
Is Full Fibre Worth The Money?
The answer to your question depends on how much is your time valuable to you? If your time is precious and you use the internet frequently, then Full Fibre is a significant investment.
Just the one download alone would save up to three hours of your time which is extremely valuable for gamers who play frequently. If you rarely use broadband and don’t watch Ultra HD, you wouldn’t need the benefit of full-fibre.