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Standard User Lorian
(committed) Mon 06-May-13 16:50:02
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Hereford FTTC - Part 5


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Carrying on from Here:

http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/fibre/t/4166497-her...
Standard User Lorian
(committed) Mon 06-May-13 16:51:52
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5


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Interesting news - one of the PCPs we recently discussed as being economically not viable in Belmont avenue has been upgraded to fibre this week - Power is in place, as is the Fibre cab. not commissioned yet.
Standard User akwilliams
(newbie) Thu 09-May-13 19:44:58
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5


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Evening all,

Not been on for a while, but in the process of moving house and it looks like ill be able to get FTTC.

Ill be hanging off Cab 16 on Three Elms Road - and the house is about 100m from the Cabinet!

Ill go back and read through the numerous threads about FTTC in the Hereford area.

Should i have any concerns with regards to Cab 16 and FTTC?

I think the biggest quandry i have is whether to go with BT or Sky???

Cheers
Aidi


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Standard User Lorian
(committed) Fri 10-May-13 20:52:13
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5


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100m from cab 16 should be good. There are other vendors to consider too.
Standard User akwilliams
(newbie) Sun 12-May-13 22:56:37
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What would you recommendation be with regards to service provider ? I am always open to suggestions!
Standard User Katash
(newbie) Fri 17-May-13 15:07:44
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5


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I have just ordered mine through Sky (40Mb/10Mb - Unlimited)

Sky do offer a truly unlimited package with no line profiling or restrictions on NNTP or P2P which for me is an important factor, IIRC BT/Plusnet possibly do, I was originally with those and ended up falling foul of their FUP policy and decided to switch to Sky about 3 years ago and I can honestly say they have been perfect for me.

I also decided to go with sky as I have Sky TV & telephone package also so after a quick call to customer retentions with a poverty plea I've managed to negotiate a package saving that essentially voids the increase FTTC would have added (£12.50p/m) waived the activation fee (£50) and a small saving on top for 12 months.

Install date 03/06
Standard User Katash
(newbie) Mon 03-Jun-13 12:31:50
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Installed today and working perfectly, couldn't ask for a better install - engineer was first class and even moved my master socket at my request so I could put the BT modem where I wanted it.

Before

http://speedtest.net/result/2748867725.png

After

http://speedtest.net/result/2749186410.png
Standard User kraven
(newbie) Thu 27-Jun-13 13:49:55
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5 - PCP54 / Cab 54 Faraday Road


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Does anyone have any news on PCP54 / Cab 54 on Faraday Road ?
Standard User funkyboy
(member) Thu 11-Jul-13 23:44:03
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5 - PCP54 / Cab 54 Faraday Road


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new cab number 90 installed at west street
Standard User funkyboy
(member) Thu 29-Aug-13 14:45:11
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Re: Hereford FTTC - Part 5 - PCP54 / Cab 54 Faraday Road


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hi I see there is some work going on on the a465 what I see is therey putting in the fiber to the cabinetr 73/1 dose any one know if this is ture
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