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FTTH Conference 2013

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    • An Alternative to the Incumbent is Achievable and Supported Fibre to the Home Council Europe 21st February 2013
    • Photo circa 1988On public display in the Science Museum25 years later the incumbents access network is still based on copper FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 2
    • The UK Deserves Better Infrastructure Three reasons why it can be achieved1. BT has a small share  2. There is no dominant  3. 50% of the UK has  of the retail market service provider no cable network Virgin BT – 30% BT Copper  Copper,  Others – Oth Only Cable Sky 70% TalkTalk70% of the retail market  The UK market lends  Limited infrastructure can demand and use an  itself to the creation  competition and ‘sweet alternative wholesale  of a new shared  spots’ for initial fibre network fibre infrastructure deployments FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 3
    • Is the UK Market “Too Competitive, Too Cheap” ?No – there is ample room for attractive wholesale fibre pricing£40.00 Superior infrastructure,  Better wholesale pricing£35.00£30.00 Opportunity for active wholesale access on more attractive terms than available today from BT.£25.00£20.00 Opportunity for passive wholesale access. Fibre LLU.£15.00 A significant advantage for major service providers.£10.00 £5.00 £0.00 VULA FTTC/P Copper LLU Pricing Pricing £14.00 to £38.00 £7.28 1.0 Gbps down, 500 Mbps up FTTH (regulated) £25.00 per month (retail price including VAT)   FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 4
    • Choosing A Superior PlatformFTTH is a powerful asset for service providers Don’t slow it down !140 • Our experience proves that a better 120 broadband experience leads to greater use. • Transition to internet delivered content 100 such as YouView, Now TV, BBC iPlayer and a  80 Smart TV apps.  60 • Service providers can choose FTTH over  FTTC for better customer satisfaction,  40 reduced churn and upsell opportunities.   20 0 BT Virgin CityFibre DSL 1 Cable 2 FTTH Gigler pricing is based on usage: AVERAGE MONTHLY DATA CONSUMPTION (Gb) 80GB Usage 250GB Usage Unlimited 1) DSL usage information reported by Ofcom 2) Cable usage information from Virgin reports  £25/month £35/month £50/month FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 5
    • A Market Tested Model for FTTHCityFibre’s consortium approach can achieve large scale rollout  Support from institutional finance Private equity, infrastructure funds, banks  Support from civil engineering firms To ensure efficient construction at known costs CityFibre’s  Network Rollout  Support from cities & policy makers Cities seeking better digital infrastructure Government seeking higher private investment Support from service providers 70% of the retail market has the buying power  to support a non‐incumbent fibre infrastructure ☐ ? FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 6
    • A Virtuous Circle About CityFibre:Giving the consumer superior broadband The UK’s leading urban shared  fibre infrastructure provider. Capital  Demand  30,000 km of fibre across 50 UK towns and cities. The UK’s Most Powerful  Broadband : Gigabit FTTH DSustainability  Execution  Financial Horsepower: D Engineering Strength: Utilisation  D 7 FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 7 (Source: Solon Strategy)
    • Thank YouMark Collins Feasibility and implicationsmark.collins@cityfibre.com of a shared fibre access model in UK towns and cities Economic review of CityFibre’s model in comparison with a co-investment modelThe report is available at: February 19th 2013www.cityfibre.comwww.oxera.com Oxera i Draft for Comment: Strictly Confidential 8 FTTH Council Europe – February 2013 Slide 8