My reply was to kebabselector who stated that VM is already available at his location.
Yeah, I know, was just wondering that's all.
In my case, also in central London, I'm on a development with 75+ EO lines with all adjacent properties having access to both VM and FTTC. VM not interested despite their trunking passing <3m in front of 21of the properties and BT aren't doing anything for EO lines in London. At least you've got the prospect, although much delayed, of eventually having the choice of either VM or FTTP.
This may not even happen yet, Newham Council are very strict especially when living in a conservation area, we all had to have our Sky Dishes moved out of sight I.e. relocated to back of house, lucky Sky agreed to take down old dish and install a brand new dish at the back of our house just below the guttering and re-wired our 4 HD Boxes with lovely dual feeder coax for £15
Anyhow like I said we may not get lucky and VM may get refused planning permission for the cabinets down our road, so we may end up with nothing, but yeah we could be lucky and get both leaving us a choice.
You may also get lucky and over the next two phases 95% and ~98% (whatever it is) you may get it then, I also have a feeling that's when I will have to wait as well.
As for EO Lines in London, yeah I noticed that when I was doing checks on my exchange and I did random postcode checks and found loads of EO Lines also not getting moved over to cabinets.
Like I said to my local MP last night in the email I sent him, "Greater London must get greater the further you go out, because its certainly isn't great here at the moment" LOL