Now many posters seemto think that the plaaned dates BT OPENREACH give are just place holders
I quote this piece of fiction from the BT Openreach Web Site
Quote". On my chosen Communications Providerís line checker, the availability date for superfast fibre broadband has changed. Why is that?
A. On very rare occasions the deployment of a superfast fibre broadband cabinet can be effected by a number of issues . Typically these are : 1. Our underground duct routes are congested 2. There are utility cables where we want to lay ours 3. We have been unable to agree a suitable location with your local authority 4. The costs of providing electrical power have become excessive and meant the cabinet is no longer economic to deploy in that location."
BT have a very strange definition or rare. It does not tally with the dictionary definition
Perhaps they should change RARE to ON FREQUENT OCCASSIONS