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Standard User noto
(learned) Wed 27-Mar-13 13:30:33
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Fibre Spreadsheets?


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Hi all,

Been trying to get FTTC or find out when it might be possible to get it and there are mentions of 'spreadsheets'
Where can I DL these spreadsheets smile

Thx in advance
Standard User hippyharry
(newbie) Wed 27-Mar-13 16:00:41
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Re: Fibre Spreadsheets?


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The spreadsheets aren't really that useful anymore. All data can be checked on

http://fttc-check.alc.im/ - This website actually uses the spreadsheet, so just fire your postcode into that. If, during December 2011, your exchange was due to be enabled, it will list which phase your cabinet was due to be upgraded in. If it returns no information, then all it means is that in December 2011, there was no information available.

http://www.dslchecker.bt.com/adsl/ADSLChecker.Teleph... - Use the telephone number checker, and address checker, and then lastly the postcode checker. If there is any information available, BT will say so here.

http://www.coolwebhome.co.uk/fibre/checker.php - This just does a check on all information available.
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Wed 27-Mar-13 16:04:21
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Re: Fibre Spreadsheets?


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They're pretty useless now except occasionally we can find someone's cabinet number from them. They are waaayyyyy out of date - December 2011.

I suggest you try this site, middle of the second row - "Fibre Broadband Checker" which uses those plus a lot of other more up-to-date sources, but which don't contain the same level of detail.

Your cabinet number may also be shown by this checker, which is the one that tells you about your own line.

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