Overall | Different | Cheaper
Overall there is very little in the way of pricing variation when comparing standard fibre to the latest HyperFastFibre.
Unlike copper cable (the predecessor to standard fibre), laying fibre can be more time consuming requiring considerable more care and extra tooling. In fact it has been said that 50% of todays poor fibre speeds are down to poor installation rather than inferior fibre. That said, in todays competitive market environments the importance of fibre grading has become paramount (often derived as a result of less than optimum performing systems).
HyperFastFibre has a differing approach – From initial core fibre construction to under/overground installation, to final end user experience – an optimised premium can be derived. From concept to completion, the overall cost is the same if not less than a standard, or other equal systems, though because HyperFastFibre delivers the highest, i.e “optimum end user experience – derived from it’s core manufacturing differences”, it has built in longevity, providing passive dividends back to it’s investors.