Yes, lots have FTTC available now but that slide shows how heavily the FTTP has been pared back, and the rest of the document gives away where a large part of the FTTP is - trials, a couple of greenfield sites and Cornwall's co-funded area. If the 40% figure mentioned is accurate 80,000 of the premises passed by Openreach are there, which would make the majority of the entire Openreach FTTP rollout subsidised. Quite a heavy drop from 10% of homes passed.
BT are making one hell of a case for full separation of Openreach given their reluctance to make long-term investments in infrastructure coinciding with their enthusiasm to spend huge amounts on short-term content deals.
Good to see the separation between Wholesale and Openreach though. That presentation is beyond comedy with the situation as it stands
Edited by Ignitionnet (Sun 02-Mar-14 16:56:45)