I am on the Wickenby exchange (Lincolnshire), cabinet 2.
OK, all of us in the village (sleepy Newtoft) get pretty lousy speeds as it is (except those lucky people that have managed to get a wireless connection) but given that my maximum speeds of late have been around the 1.47mb mark (although BT's own speedtest had me at 0.43 today), am I correct in multiplying the uplift speed by my current speed to get the speed that I can expect when fibre does finally arrive?
If so, 8 mb/s doesn't sound exactly earth shattering.
I see that they also say coming soon with the end of June showing but going to roadworks.org see shows no roadworks scheduled in the immediate area at all. I take it that installing a new cabinet next to the road would entail notifiable roadworks. Maybe the schedule date is pie in the sky