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Hyperoptic Broadband

Has anyone on here had any dealings with them? They have recently installed fibre in our building, and as Sky, BT etc. cannot offer fibre at the moment we're very tempted to switch over, as for a similar price to our normal broadband they reckon we can get up to 100mbps as opposed to our rather lackluster 6 we currently get. From what I gather they have to install a socket within our flat if we sign up to them? Any help would be much appreciated

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  • Is it FTTC or FTTP - FTTP is faster and more stable, but FTTC doesn't require a socket, power supply and I think there's a third thing in there too.
  • It's FTTP (They actually call it FTTH as they have ran cabling along the communal corridors of every level in our block of flats)
  • Have had Hyperoptic in two different flats now. They're very good. Because the fibre is in the building it's really quick and the service over the phone is decent too. I would recommend. We're on the 100mb and it's more than decent for streaming, etc.
  • matt88 said:

    Have had Hyperoptic in two different flats now. They're very good. Because the fibre is in the building it's really quick and the service over the phone is decent too. I would recommend. We're on the 100mb and it's more than decent for streaming, etc.

    Do you have a download limit per month?
  • sam3110 said:

    matt88 said:

    Have had Hyperoptic in two different flats now. They're very good. Because the fibre is in the building it's really quick and the service over the phone is decent too. I would recommend. We're on the 100mb and it's more than decent for streaming, etc.

    Do you have a download limit per month?
    Not judging but help for porn addiction is available.
  • sam3110 said:

    matt88 said:

    Have had Hyperoptic in two different flats now. They're very good. Because the fibre is in the building it's really quick and the service over the phone is decent too. I would recommend. We're on the 100mb and it's more than decent for streaming, etc.

    Do you have a download limit per month?
    Not judging but help for porn addiction is available.
    Thanks for your concern but it's actually a mixture of me gaming and downloading games, movies etc a lot and my girlfriend wanting to work from home 2/3 days a week but needing to download large data files on a regular basis to do so
  • sam3110 said:

    sam3110 said:

    matt88 said:

    Have had Hyperoptic in two different flats now. They're very good. Because the fibre is in the building it's really quick and the service over the phone is decent too. I would recommend. We're on the 100mb and it's more than decent for streaming, etc.

    Do you have a download limit per month?
    Not judging but help for porn addiction is available.
    Thanks for your concern but it's actually a mixture of me gaming and downloading games, movies etc a lot and my girlfriend wanting to work from home 2/3 days a week but needing to download large data files on a regular basis to do so
    So you're saying some pornhub?
  • edited July 14
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    xHamster is better anyway
  • I've got the 1GB Hyperoptic, and it is brilliant. Can stream TV/films without any buffering ever.

    Installation involves having to get the cabling to wherever you want the wifi set-up. One thing to note, to get the maximum speed I've got it connected straight into a PC, it doesn't operate at full speed on wifi but still way faster than others out there. Can regularly get 950+ speeds on tests with is connected directly.

    I think I've got an offer where if introduce someone can get £50 off subscriptions for both of us, so if you are interested just let me know.
  • Also, I like downloading podcasts for listening to in the car as go back and forth to London from Cornwall a fair amount. Can download a 2hr podcast pretty much instantaneously
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