If you're like most internet users, you're probably wondering who the best FTTP providers will be in 2022. While no one can know for sure, we can make some educated guesses based on current trends and industry predictions. 

In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the top contenders and what to expect from them in the coming years. So without further ado, let's get started!

What is FTTP?

If you’re looking to take your home or office internet access beyond the basics, then fibre to the premises connections are a good choice. With these high-speed broadband services delivered solely through optical cables instead of copper wiring like most providers offer nowadays - it's not just about getting faster download speeds but also having greater peace knowing that there will be no disruption due to salient interference from other sources such as TV signals which often cause problems with wireless networks.

How to Get FTTP

The UK is in the midst of a nationwide rollout for faster internet speeds, with most providers still using the Wan.io framework. As coverage improves across all areas though - thanks to government ambitions that have been set by 2025 when they want 90% percent premises serviced.

We'll begin seeing more differences between service offerings based on who provides you your download/upload rates at home (or wherever).

Right FTTP Provider for my Business

Wan.io provides a simple way for businesses to find the perfect FTTP provider by connecting them with all of our major networks so they don't have to do any leg work themselves! On average, you can save 37% when comparing providers against each other because we take care of everything including installation and management - no hassle whatsoever.

Wrapping Up

Fibre to the Premises is a full-fiber connection that enables you to get reliable and ultrafast internet with minimal downtime. If your business relies on this, then consider it as an affordable alternative for leased lines that provide similar benefits but at much higher prices per month due in part because they're not able to offer such high speeds as FTTPA does (FTTPU?). You'll find many providers out there offering different packages; make sure yours has all these features before signing up!