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Standard User marcusjclifford
(committed) Tue 03-Jan-12 16:45:18
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Get your line fault reports in ASAP. MBORC coming...


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If you have any damage to your phonelines I would suggest getting them reported ASAP. It is likely BT Openreach will declare MBORC for significant areas of the UK due to the recent storm(s). When an MBORC is declared there will be a significant delay in work to restore your line.

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Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 03-Jan-12 17:33:42
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Re: Get your line fault reports in ASAP. MBORC coming...


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Would help to know what "MBORC" is!

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Standard User farnz
(regular) Tue 03-Jan-12 17:46:30
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Re: Get your line fault reports in ASAP. MBORC coming...


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MBORC is "Matters Beyond Our Reasonable Control" - it's Openreachish for what insurers cover as acts of god, terrorism etc.

In this case, the trigger appears to be the storms - I suspect OR are going to be very, very busy fixing the fallout.


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Standard User tehidyman
(learned) Tue 03-Jan-12 17:47:38
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Re: Get your line fault reports in ASAP. MBORC coming...


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Matters Beyond Our Reasonable Control
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