This is one of the big problems with FTTC.
Exchange lines "E0 lines" will not get FTTC also conservation areas often town centres (even new builds in town centres) will not see FTTC.
The good news is that places that can't get FTTC might one day get FTTH. Although "might" being the key word, could be 5 years, 20 years or more.
Do you get less than 2Mbps currently? If so something might be done in the next 3 years assuming you're not the only property with an E0 line.
If you get more than 15Mbps you'll probably be ignored for the next 3-5 years.
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Edited by 5km (Sat 13-Aug-11 11:04:23)