Full Fibre explained

Here at FTTP Pro we bring clarity on the world of Full Fibre broadband.

Full Fibre (FTTP) brings the Fibre Optic cable right into your property delivering reliable ultrafast speeds

We are here to explain all about it, what it means for you, if you should get it and how you can get it.

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BeFibre offer Full Fibre broadband via Fibre Heroes network.

Free install

No in contract price rises

12 & 24 month contracts

Get £25 cashback on any package here 

If you have any questions please email us

Full Terms and conditions of the promotion which is run by Be Fibre’s referral partner Aklamio.

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Full Fibre FAQ

What is Full fibre? What Does Ultrafast Mean? What is an alt-net?

Get answers to your Full Fibre questions on our handy FAQ page below.

Got more questions? let us know by contacting us!

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Benefits of Full Fibre


Full Fibre gives you access to incredible speeds that make a real difference. With 1Gbps available today.

You get what you pay for!

With Full Fibre connections if you pay for 500mbps down 50mbps up that’s exactly what you get unlike with other services where speed you get can vary!

Future Proof

Once the fibre infrastructure has been installed it can be easily upgraded in the future to offer faster speeds making it truly future proofed.


Full Fibre is a brand-new network that uses fibre optic cables which do not suffer from the reliability issues of copper cables or flaky wireless signals.

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Low Latency

Get ultra low latency of 1-2ms vs 25ms+ on other broadband services. This means you get the best performance and best online gaming experince!

Increased Property Value!

Having a FTTP connection installed into your property (or even available to it) can increase both the value and attractiveness of your property.This is because when looking for new homes one of the key things people look for is the internet speed which is only becoming more crucial.

Great value for money

In a lot off cases a Full Fibre connection can offer great value for money working out less per mbps than slower broadband services. In some cases you can get a faster Full Fibre service at a lower price than you pay for standard broadband.

Supports busy households

Having a full fibre connection can support a busy household letting multiple people all get a decent connection say goodbye to buffering!

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