The Openreach network is used by a number of large providers, including Sky, TalkTalk and Plusnet.
Of the major providers, Virgin is the only one that does not use Openreach.
Does Vodafone use Openreach?
Vodafone has announced plans to provide up to five million UK properties with “full fibre” internet connections. Openreach, which currently supplies broadband across the UK, said it welcomed the move. However, one expert said the BT division would be concerned.
Is Plusnet part of BT?
BT and Plusnet are two of the UK’s most popular broadband providers. They both offer standard and fibre broadband packages. Plusnet offer three unlimited broadband packages, with average download speeds of 10Mb, 36Mb and 66Mb. Plusnet is the cheapest of the two providers.
Which network is Plusnet on?
Plusnet Mobile is a result of a tie–up with SIM–only provider LIFE Mobile, which was bought by EE in 2014. The deal means that Plusnet will use EE’s network as the bedrock of its service. LIFE Mobile customers will now become Plusnet customers.
Can I use any router with Plusnet?
Most providers, including BT, TalkTalk, and Plusnet, allow you to use your own router, though they don’t always recommend it. You may not want the router that your provider gives you, but don’t throw it away! You might end up needing it later if you need technical support. Besides, it’s always good to have a spare.