FluidOne introduces free activation on BT ADSL2+ & BT FTTC

18 · APR ·2017


FluidOne, The Data Delivery Network and leading telecommunications provider, today announced free product activations on BT ADSL2+ and BT FTTC.

FluidOne, The Data Delivery Network and leading telecommunications provider, today announced free product activations on BT ADSL2+ and BT FTTC.

The promotion, which runs from now until the end of October, is available on FluidOne’s wholesale platform, offering significant savings of up to £55 per connection. This combined with FluidOne’s simple, competitive wholesale rates on BT DSL products and the platform’s intuitive and easy to use web-portal creates an overall compelling package for wholesalers.

FluidOne has multi-10 Gb/s feeds into the BT DSL core with complete geographical resilience into BT and layer 2 interconnect point for wholesalers at 16 datacentres across the UK.

Simon Stokes, Head of Channel at FluidOne, said: “FluidOne’s award winning wholesale platform provides unrivalled access to BT, Talktalk Business, Gigaclear, INFL and City Fibre all with a single portal and supporting API. To help you make the most of this platform we are launching free activations on self-install FTTC and ADSL2+ for six months on BT.”

The platform is the largest of its kind with over twenty carriers connecting into it, providing customers with an unrivalled choice in technology availability.

Piers Daniell, Chief Executive Officer at FluidOne, said: “The benefit for wholesale customers is the ability to use the best technology available to them, irrespective of the last-mile operator, all from one network, managed and maintained by FluidOne. Free activation for BT Wholesale ADSL2+ and FTTC is just the start of an aggressive strategy to remain ahead of the market when it comes to delivering a disruptive commercial offering for wholesalers using our automated platform.”

Free activation on BT Wholesale BT ADSL2+, FTTC (self-install) can be ordered from FluidOne’s wholesale Service Exchange Platform today.

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