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Standard User skeg
(learned) Sun 01-Jan-12 20:18:14
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rfs date set 30/01/2012


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hi sam knows says the rfs date is set for the end of jan. does this mean we can get infinity after this date. thanks.
Standard User Winston
(knowledge is power) Mon 02-Jan-12 14:30:52
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Re: rfs date set 30/01/2012


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all depends if BT can be bothered to upgrade your street cabinet

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Standard User dspillett
(committed) Mon 02-Jan-12 14:56:19
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Re: rfs date set 30/01/2012


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Probably but not definitely.

The dates have a habit of slipping back so it might not happen then at all, and sometimes not every cabinet linked to the exchange gets converted on/before that date.

The only way to tell for sure is to check with the availability checker at http://www.dslchecker.bt.com/adsl/adslchecker.welcome after the RFS date. Even that has been reported to not be 100% accurate, but you should get a full refund if you order and it turns out to not be available on your line.

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Standard User ian007jen
(member) Mon 02-Jan-12 18:08:43
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Re: rfs date set 30/01/2012


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Hope that is Infinity (Fttc) RFS not 21C RFS. Link to SamKnows please.

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Standard User skeg
(learned) Mon 02-Jan-12 19:40:18
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http://www.samknows.com/broadband/exchange/NEE

see what you think. cheers
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 02-Jan-12 19:43:45
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Re: rfs date set 30/01/2012


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I'm afraid that is just BT Wholesale catching up and providing ADSL2+, which Sky and TalkTalk, (and TalkTalk Wholesale resellers), already do.

It says FTTC "Not available". Infinity is BT Retail's FTTC offering.

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