BT reveals FTTX service pricing

Anxious to get its Fiber-to-the-X network up and running in time for the Olympic Games in London in 2012, BT has now spelled out how it will price its 'Infinity' service.

Offering eligible subscribers download speeds of up to 40 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 2 Mbps, eligible subscribers will be able to get the FTTX service for about $32 a month with a 20 GB allowance. BT will also offer a slightly more expensive premium package for little over $40 a month with unlimited downloads and 10 Mbps upstream speeds.

Upon completion in 2012, BT's FTTX network will reach about 40 percent of UK homes.  

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