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What’s the difference between the connection types FTTP, FTTN or FTTC?

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FTTP: Fibre to the premises means fibre is connected all the way to your premises.
FTTN: Fibre to the node has a fibre connection running to a mini-exchange or node near your premises, which is then connected from that point to your property through a traditional copper line.
FTTC: Fibre to the curb uses a fibre connection almost all the way to your home, taking advantage of the existing copper wiring to complete the connection between your home and the curb.
In a nutshell, if you have the option to upgrade to a FTTP connection, you will enjoy juicy fast internet, now

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