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Standard User Aliturk
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 27-May-14 19:14:47
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FTTP - who pays for complications?


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We have a reasonable chance that Hyperoptic will install their service to our block. They see it as viable and over 50% of residents have expressed an interest. Given that they must pay BT to route fibre down their conduits and into our block to connect to Hyperoptic's kit, I just wondered what would happen if BT found some sort of blockage in the conduit from the street to our block. Would they sort it come what may or tell Hyperoptic about them and charge extra to fix it? It's an ex LCC block but was refurbished in the late 80s and new condiut was laid for the main telephone cable coming in to the block.

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Standard User Ribble
(experienced) Tue 27-May-14 19:23:49
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Re: FTTP - who pays for complications?


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They'll be quoted excess construction charges up front for constructing extra network and that's it. Blockages are down to openreach to clear.
Standard User Aliturk
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 27-May-14 19:30:10
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thanks for that.


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Standard User mr_mojo
(knowledge is power) Wed 28-May-14 11:59:36
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Re: FTTP - who pays for complications?


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Might not always be BT either. Regardless, they will do a full survey before going ahead, instead of the rather haphazard way they do FTTC smile
ISP Representative Hyperoptic
(isp) Thu 29-May-14 19:15:45
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Hello

If you have any other questions regarding your development, please feel free to drop an email, with your address to support@hyperoptic.com. We're happy to find out more information from the deployment team if you have specific questions.

Best wishes

Sunita Sharma
Head of Marketing

Welcome to the real fibre revolution!
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