Getting registered with appropriate 'Pre-Registered Packages' for the LFFN Gigabit Voucher Scheme

Posted on 08/11/2017

Thanks for the many responses to our recent notes about the new Connection Vouchers scheme.  Members who are interested in supplying to the Wave 1 projects, which are due to commence this month, have noted the sign-up process doesn’t just ask about your company details:  it also wants details of which ‘Pre-Registered Packages’ you are proposing to offer. We’ve taken up your questions with DCMS, and brainstormed your ideas with Openreach.  

Please login to view a handy starter-pack of fit-for-purpose PRPs from the Openreach stable below. 

Chris Pateman

cpateman@fcs.org.uk

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