So, I will be moving house soon, to a small village.
I've had Sky fibre where I am for over a year now, and it would be a real shame to go backwards.
The exchange I am moving to is WSJOP, Joppa in South Ayrshire. According to Sam Knows, I can get FTTC at my new postcode (29 KA6 6NZ, don't know the phone number yet)
However Samknows also says the exchange is at the end of my road, which if true I would have thought I would be an exchange only line.
To make matters worse, 21CN isn't enabled, does this mean I don't get ADSL2+ if it's an exchange only line?
I've done a recce, and I can't see anything resembling an exchange at the marker Samknows says, so is this information always accurate?
I've also found a fibre cabinet nearby, at this location https://email@example.com,-4.517619,3...
although I can't find the old cabinet next to it. It doesn't show on streetview, it's too new
The BT where and when checker says this:
Exchange name: Joppa
We're keen to bring Superfast Fibre to your area and are exploring how best to achieve that. We may deliver it as part of our commercial programme, or by working in partnership with your local authority. At the moment you can't order Superfast Fibre.
So what gives? Who's right?
Are exchanges at small villages like this buildings, or can they be small enough to fit in a cabinet?
Thanks for any replies