That "Probability" is a bit of a bad heading, as to me it implies the probability of getting FTTC/FTTP. That isn't what it means.
When it is 100%, like there, that's fine.
When it is less than 100%, it means the probability that a line at that postcode is connected to that cabinet. Some postcodes are served by 3 or 4 cabinets. So lets take cabs P1,P2,P3,P4.
We could have:- EO (Exchange Only) 6%; P1 63%; P2 8%; P3 4%, P4 18%. Note that adds up to 99%, but that's because Openreach round down all figures. It means 100%.
Currently EO lines can't have fibre.
Each of those cabinets will also serve at least one more postcode.
Not all of those cabinets were necessarily scheduled at December 2011 which is the latest data available on these non-BT public checkers.
There can be some on FTTC, and some on FTTP. No cabinet is both. But if P1 is FTTC and P3 is FTTP, it's luck of the draw which you are on. You cannot have your phone line moved between cabinets.
In this situation some posters are getting information from Openreach telling them which they are on.
I hope that helps everyone.
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