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Standard User borguk1of9
(committed) Tue 20-Sep-11 23:09:45
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21CN WBC


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21CN WBC status: RFS date set : 31/12/2011

Currently with UKFSN on ADSL, 500m from the exchange so getting a good solid max connection.

When they have enabled the exchange whats the process for getting migrated onto 21CN and to be honest is Entanet the one to be with ?
Standard User vivaciti
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 21-Sep-11 12:05:47
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Re: 21CN WBC


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Once the back end stuff has been done (you will get an email direct from Enta when completed) you can then contact your reseller and get the service changed to ADSL2+, there is no cost for this (depends on how your current resellers manages their pricing) if you wish for your line to be upgraded to 21CN before the automated batch then this can also be done but carriers an £11.00 fee.

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Standard User ukfsn
(knowledge is power) Wed 21-Sep-11 13:34:34
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Re: 21CN WBC


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If you want to switch to ADSL2+ quickly (don't both unless your download speed is stable at 3.5Mb/s or better) then it may be necessary to request a manual migration to the WBC platform and upgrade to ADSL2+. The migration costs £11+VAT if you go via the manual process.

If you are not in a hurry you can wait for Enta to migrate the connection as part of their bulk migration process however Enta don't release any scheduling information so I wont be able to give you any indication as to how long you may have to wait for this. There is no charge for the migration if it's done via the bulk process.

Enta's WBC platform is good. The costs to them are lower on WBC and they are trying to move customer connections over as quickly as they can - BT place limits on the number of connections that can be moved over via the bulk process hence the delays - so Enta's bandwidth investment is primarily on the WBC platform.

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