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Standard User tomse43
(newbie) Wed 26-Jul-17 18:57:13
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Cabinet 17 - Mosborough Exchange (Sheffield)


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Saw this got added today on Codelook (It's a FTTC Cabinet currently in field survey stage)and wondered if anyone had any information about it. The location of it etc. as it doesn't currently have any postcodes linked to it.

Image here from Codelook with a bit more information
Standard User witchunt
(committed) Fri 28-Jul-17 08:08:57
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Https://goo.gl/maps/1oBZ8qpWEoM2
Standard User tomse43
(newbie) Fri 28-Jul-17 08:43:37
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Re: Cabinet 17 - Mosborough Exchange (Sheffield)


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Thank you for replying.

Presumably a new cabinet going in? Wonder why that is.


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Standard User MrGimper
(learned) Fri 28-Jul-17 08:51:19
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You can't fool me! That's not a cab, that's a green wheelie bin! smile
Standard User lee111s
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 28-Jul-17 09:11:23
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Possibly an all in one cabinet to move EO lines, or, to move people from a further cab to a new one which is closer to get them above 24 or 30mbps (whatever the local BDUK target is).
Standard User tomse43
(newbie) Fri 28-Jul-17 09:20:11
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In reply to a post by lee111s:
Possibly an all in one cabinet to move EO lines, or, to move people from a further cab to a new one which is closer to get them above 24 or 30mbps (whatever the local BDUK target is).


Looks like the latter after putting some of the addresses from that postcode in the BT Broadband checker.
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