I apologise for the long post, I need to explain the scenario before asking my question.
This time last year my local PCP cabinet was finally enabled for fibre (Billingborough PCP1), unfortunately for me this cabinet is located in the neighbouring village and it turns out my phone line length to this cabinet is approximately 1800m (just over a mile). I ordered fibre anyway and get around 10-12 Mbps downloads depending on the weather conditions.
However, over the past couple of weeks, a lot of BT activity has been happening in my village and then end of last week, serious ground works started next to the telephone box. I’ve just checked with roadworks.org to see if my suspicions were correct and indeed BT is installing a brand new PCP9 NGA cabinet. As this is located in my village this would significantly cut the distance down for my phone line to probably over half.
My question is this & I appreciate it’s probably the broadband equivalent of the how long is a piece of string.
Would BT automatically move my Infinity ‘fibre’ connection from PCP1 in the neighbouring village to the new PCP9?
Would it be best to just wait & hope they change my line over to the new cabinet or should I go back to ADSL and then wait for the cabinet to be commissioned and then place a new ‘fibre’ order?
Has anyone else come across this scenario before?