Black Friday Full Fibre broadband sale

Full Fibre: The future of broadband 

A fibre connection direct to your home, for speed you can always rely on. Buy now and get a great deal in our Black Friday sale.
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Speeds up to 900Mb,all the time

With Full Fibre (also known as FTTP) there’s no copper cable or sharing with your neighbours. Just speeds up to 25x faster than our standard fibre.
Full Fibre brings fibre cable straight to your home, with no copper cables to slow things down.

Big online meeting? No sweat

From super-reliable video calls to fast file uploads, Full Fibre can handle working from home. Even when the kids are online too.
Big online meeting? No sweat
More streaming,less stress

More streaming,less stress

Stream TV, sport and movies on multiple devices at once. No arguing. No waiting. No buffering. Just endless entertainment.
More streaming,less stress

Game on,not game over

Whether you’re playing online or downloading the latest title, Full Fibre is gaming without the slow-downs.

For the smartest home tech

From smart speakers to video doorbells, Full Fibre can connect up to 100 devices. So you know it’ll keep your smart home running smoothly.

See if you can get Full Fibre

Right now, it’s being installed up and down the UK. If it’s available where you live, you’ll see Full Fibre packages in your deals.

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Frequently asked questions
Full Fibre broadband delivers a fibre connection direct into your home, for ultra-reliable, ultrafast speeds up to 900Mbps. This is the UK’s most reliable broadband technology.
It’s up to 25x faster than our standard fibre broadband, which uses fibre cables to your street cabinet, then copper cables to your home.
You might also have heard Full Fibre referred to as FTTP (fibre to the premises).
See what broadband you can get with us on our broadband deals page.
Full Fibre is rolling out across the UK, so it’s not available everywhere yet. We’re moving quickly though, and thousands of homes are being connected every day.
You can see if it’s available where you live by going to our broadband deals page and entering your postcode. If you can get it, you’ll see Full Fibre packages in your deals.
If you can’t get Full Fibre yet, we’ll show you your other broadband deals and you can sign up to hear when it’s coming to your area.
Fibre broadband uses fibre cables to transmit signals to your street cabinet, then copper cables to connect to your home. It’s also called FTTC (fibre to the cabinet).
Full Fibre, also known as FTTP (fibre to the premises), uses fibre all the way to your home. No copper cables. This is the the UK’s most reliable broadband technology, with speeds up to 25x faster than our standard fibre.
Full Fibre isn’t available everywhere yet, but thousands of UK homes are being connected every day.
FTTP stands for fibre to the premises. It uses fibre cables all the way into your home. This means it can deliver ultrafast broadband speeds up to 900Mb, and makes it the UK’s most reliable broadband technology too.
FTTP isn’t available everywhere yet, but it’s being installed up and down the UK. Our FTTP broadband is called Full Fibre.
FTTC stands for fibre to the cabinet. Also known as fibre broadband, it uses fibre cables to a cabinet on your street, then copper cables the rest of the way to your home. FTTC broadband isn’t as fast as FTTP, but you can still get superfast speeds up to around 80Mb.
At BT, our Full Fibre packages are FTTP, and our Fibre packages are FTTC.See what broadband you can get with BT
If you’re already with with BT, you can check your broadband speed with our handy speed tester.
If you’re not with BT, try the Which? broadband speed test.
Having broadband speed issues with your current provider?See what speeds you can get with BT
Your broadband is your connection to the internet, and all the things you can do and access online. It’s delivered to your home via fibre or copper cables. You can see what broadband you can get with us on our broadband deals page.
With broadband, you can get online with a wired connection (by plugging in to your router with an Ethernet cable), and a wireless connection (your wi-fi). Wi-fi is the technology that allows you to get online wirelessly, with wi-fi enabled devices like smartphones, tablets and laptops.
If you find your wi-fi doesn’t reach everywhere you want it to at home, you can extend your signal with Complete Wi-Fi.