Eventually of course means by 2020, so hence why I am a bit more pragmatic about saying good news for consumers.
If you live in a flat above a shop on a high street, or as with some science parks that have a little bit of new build linked alongside then yes hope is sooner rather than later.
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All this just makes me laugh, like we have all the FTTP hardware installed and only one home 4 doors down that is connected to our phone pole and using our FTTP hardware can and is using FTTP, yet BTOR say not available.
So if they cannot even make a completed install that is live available for the lines in that chamber there is probably no chance in them installing FTTP by 2020.
I am getting rather fed up seeing other areas that are a lot harder to reach get fibre when our install that has been completed since December 2011 which is live due to a single home using it, to be fobbed off by BT and BTOR.
And to make thing worse, BT (our ISP) and Openreach are no longer answering my emails.
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We have been very patient about all this, but enough is enough, BT are taking the [censored] mick, they all know its live and they all just lie about it and keep fobbing us all off, and when we prove its all live they all go quiet and no longer respond to us.