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Standard User thebigdolphin1
(regular) Tue 24-Nov-15 16:13:13
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Standard User thebigdolphin1
(regular) Tue 24-Nov-15 16:27:10
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Standard User awontroba
(learned) Tue 24-Nov-15 17:48:10
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Re: Journey stage meanings


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It appears to be correct for the newish WMALS P26.
A shame that it does not give estimates.

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Standard User b4dger
(knowledge is power) Tue 24-Nov-15 17:57:51
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Re: NEW (detailed) openreach availability checker!


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Your subject title makes this sound like an Openreach offering but before I clicked the link I see it's api.superfastmaps.co.uk/openreach/1.1/

Any info on who 'superfastmaps' are?
WHOIS doesn't show it to be a BT thing.

Sorry to ask, but clicking unknown links is getting more risky these days frown

Standard User brightd
(experienced) Tue 24-Nov-15 18:03:39
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I get no results for my phone number on either the old checker or this one despite having a working FTTP connection with FVA.

David

Infinity 2 over FTTP from BTBroadband
Standard User EddyTheDog
(regular) Tue 24-Nov-15 18:11:47
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Re: Journey stage meanings


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In reply to a post by brightd:
I get no results for my phone number on either the old checker or this one despite having a working FTTP connection with FVA.


I get the same thing. I assume this is normal for FTTP, though.
Standard User thebigdolphin1
(regular) Tue 24-Nov-15 18:12:06
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Re: NEW (detailed) openreach availability checker!


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No idea, but it's either owned by Openreach or they're working with them. You'll see that /1.0/ is the URL that the current Openreach one embeds into an iframe on this page (thats how I found it).

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Standard User cymru123
(learned) Tue 24-Nov-15 20:01:42
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Re: NEW (detailed) openreach availability checker!


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The Openreach Fibre map at http://superfast-openreach.co.uk/where-and-when/ and the majority of the maps used by the BDUK sites are developed by creativeedge.co.uk for BTplc (Openreach).

creativeedge.co.uk had a strong partnership with superfastcornwall.org.

So the superfastmaps.co.uk site gives access to these maps and the use of their developed API's.
Standard User Spetznaz
(experienced) Tue 24-Nov-15 20:57:04
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Re: Journey stage meanings


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I guess it all depends how often it actually gets updated, my cabinet is saying connect which is probably about right as I know the ducting was laid about 2 weeks ago for power which means its probably been connected in the last week or so, I hope 4 months is a 'safe' guess, Wiltshire council told me an ETA of sometime in December, bit disasspointed as was hoping to get it before xmas and they laid the Fibre way back around xmas last year, seems like one of the last done in phase 1 of BDUK funded cabinets, hopefully means they put more people on the job!.

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Standard User brandscill
(experienced) Tue 24-Nov-15 22:28:59
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Re: NEW (detailed) openreach availability checker!


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Data is junk, enter a post code for Whiteley in Hampshire and it says

"We're sorry but it looks unlikely that your premises will benefit from the Superfast Cymru roll out programme. We understand that this is disappointing news. You may with to investigate the Welsh Government Access Broadband Cymru Scheme which may be an option for you."

Plus Net - 40/20
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