Dave - they have another 3 or 4 622 centrals on order. Think about that for a second. While you're reinstating a whopping 310mpbs (which you already removed, so really it's no net improvement to where you were), entanet has 2-3gbps to be installed for the first half of the year.

First correction, as has been explained a number of times, the 2 segments that were deactivated last year were met by an increase in LLU capacity because the number of customers on the BT Centrals had decreased by about 18,000 as customers were moved to LLU. So combining the existing 16 centrals plus the extra two plus the LLU bandwidth it's clear that this is a net increase over the 18 segments it was before we started the move to LLU.

Second thing is what does that increased cost of these extra pipes do? Seven 622Mbps pipes under the new pricing would cost

7 x £1,162,600 + £7.56 x number of customers

while the port cost per year would be £7.63 x 12 x number of customers

How many customers do Enta have? 50,000? 60,000?

Plug the figures in

6 x £1,162,600 + £7.56 x 50,000 + £7.63 x 12 x 50,000 = £11,931,600 or £19.89 per month per customer

6 x £1,162,600 + £7.56 x 60,000 + £7.63 x 12 x 60,000 = £12,922,800 or £17.95 per month per customer

7 x £1,162,600 + £7.56 x 50,000 + £7.63 x 12 x 50,000 = £13,094,200 or £21.82 per month per customer

7 x £1,162,600 + £7.56 x 60,000 + £7.63 x 12 x 60,000 = £14,085,400 or £19.56 per month per customer

That's quite a big cost factor per customer, and doesn't include VAT, staff, building, infrasture, profit, billing, etc.

It's quite easy to see that if you were to grow your capacity faster than your customer base then that cost per customer is going to go up rather than down.