BT announce special offer on SDSL connections

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Sunil Sood, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. Sunil Sood

    Sunil Sood Guest

    BT today announced a special offer to halve the connection charge to service
    providers for its range of wholesale symmetric broadband products for
    businesses.

    From October 21 the wholesale connection charge for BT IPStream Symmetric
    and BT DataStream Symmetric products will be reduced from £450 to £225 for
    orders completed by February 24, 2005.

    Wally Freeman, BT Wholesale general manager for broadband products, said:
    "This special offer is designed to stimulate the take up of SDSL services
    which are still relatively new products and to encourage more of our service
    provider customers to add SDSL products to their broadband portfolio.

    "The reduction in connection charge will build on our recent announcement
    that we plan to double the number of exchanges where we offer SDSL in the
    coming months."

    Earlier this month BT Wholesale announced plans to increase the number of
    exchanges offering symmetric digital subscriber line (SDSL) broadband from
    150 to 300.

    http://www.btplc.com/News/Pressreleasesandarticles/Corporatenewsreleases/2004/nr0464.htm

    Regards
    Sunil Sood
     
    Sunil Sood, Jul 22, 2004
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    Duncan Hill Guest

    http://www.btplc.com/News/Pressreleasesandarticles/Corporatenewsreleases/2004/nr0464.htm

    I'd love to know the exchanges they intend to bump, as it'd be nice to
    upgrade $dayjob's uplink (ST5 / Newcastle-U-Lyme exchange). Uploading
    hundreds of meg over 288 is.. *sigh*.
     
    Duncan Hill, Jul 23, 2004
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    David Floyd Guest

    David Floyd, Jul 23, 2004
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    Gordon Guest

    But unfortunately they didn't restore the status of Bristol - and no,
    Rutland was NOT the smallest County in England, Bristol was.
     
    Gordon, Jul 23, 2004
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    poster Guest

    I have little faith in businesses which insist on county names, and
    might base its list on some out-of-date information bought from RM,
    or similar. Gone is the need, as far as I can tell, for a county
    when postcode or dialling code may be used instead to verify if
    the location matches details from a user's request. Peter M.
     
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