The business I work for is moving premises and the new area (business estate in Redruth Cornwall) is enabled for FTTP. Cue getting all excited.
Unfortunately, after speaking to the Super Fast Cornwall people, it appears that BT are working off 6 year old maps to work out who to connect up. i.e. any building that has been built in the last 6 years isn't going to be connected as it wasn't on the original plans. This of course applies to the building we are moving into.
Has anybody got any knowledge of BT updating their FTTP (or FTTC) rollout to deal with new premises? I would have thought that a bunch of businesses surrounded by properties already connected to FTTP would make a good business case for them.
The worst point is that as the cabinet has been upgraded to FTTP, it will never be enabled for FTTC (at least that is my understanding) so we are stuck on ADSL2+.