Don't forget that FTTP and FTTPoD are not the same thing. You appear to be talking about FTTPoD because that is the ordering that has been suspended.
I suggest you alter the Subject
in your post to clarify
I wouldn't place too much faith wrt FTTPoD in that document you link to. In fact I'm not sure it isn't BT Wholesale that stopped taking orders for it, not Openreach. Perhaps I'm confused there.
It seems certain that FTTPoD as originally supplied isn't going to have widespread implementation. Few people can afford the huge installation fees and ongoing rentals.
Wrt your exchange offering both FTTC and FTTP, the two will be in different cabinet areas. A cabinet is either FTTC-enabled, like yours, and is (now theoretically usually FTTPoD enabled), or it isn't and the area it covers may be FTTP enabled.
In a very few places it seems that some FTTC areas can also have normal FTTP connections. I don't know where those are.
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