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Standard User muns
(newbie) Thu 26-Jul-12 22:24:21
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Will my Cab ever get FTTC - Who to contact...?


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FTTC is becoming available from my exchange, some of my friends lines can order it now, however it would seem that my cabinet is not being FTTC enabled, who can I contact to check if it will ever get FTTC?

the exchange in question is STHYTHE and my local cabinet is #29

Edited by muns (Fri 27-Jul-12 01:14:42)

ISP Representative Adsl24
(isp) Fri 27-Jul-12 10:03:43
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Re: Will my Cab ever get FTTC - Who to contact...?


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I am afraid cab 29 is not planned to be enabled by Openreach.

James

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Standard User muns
(newbie) Fri 27-Jul-12 10:45:11
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Re: Will my Cab ever get FTTC - Who to contact...?


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Hi James,

Thanks for that. Totaly ruined my day (not your fault James).

Now the question is how can I get OR to change their minds.....or can I get them to route my lines to a different CAB (say #3) that is enabled (or will be)?


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ISP Representative Adsl24
(isp) Fri 27-Jul-12 10:52:27
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No, they can't reroute the line, and its likely that your cab is not planned as it does not serve enough properties to make it commercially viable etc.

Sorry!

James
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