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Standard User joconnell
(experienced) Mon 02-Apr-12 16:05:28
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RFS date has come and gone - no FTTC


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The RFS date for FTTC for my exchange - EAHFT - is 31st Match 2012 according to BT Openreach yet it's still showing as ADSL only. Obviously the RFS date isn't a firm date but does it give any indication of an actual RFS date?
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 02-Apr-12 16:51:15
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Re: RFS date has come and gone - no FTTC


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It is an indication, but when its a date at the end of a quarter it is not unusual to see it slip a little.

At least you have a date is the positive way to look at it, i.e. on the planning lists

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Standard User joconnell
(experienced) Mon 02-Apr-12 21:49:35
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Re: RFS date has come and gone - no FTTC


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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
It is an indication, but when its a date at the end of a quarter it is not unusual to see it slip a little.

At least you have a date is the positive way to look at it, i.e. on the planning lists
Oh but I am positive about it! I'm more excited about the possible upload speeds more than anything.


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Standard User joconnell
(experienced) Sat 21-Apr-12 16:30:57
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Re: RFS date has come and gone - no FTTC


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In reply to a post by joconnell:
The RFS date for FTTC for my exchange - EAHFT - is 31st Match 2012 according to BT Openreach yet it's still showing as ADSL only. Obviously the RFS date isn't a firm date but does it give any indication of an actual RFS date?

Found out from SamKnows that the RFS date is now 30/06/2012
Standard User Moradin
(member) Sat 21-Apr-12 21:03:36
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Loads and loads of Dates set for end march, have moved on to june or july 2012.

like ive posted in another thread, they are 2-3 months behind schedule. (overall).

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