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Standard User project_x_uk
(member) Fri 14-Feb-14 17:14:43
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finding out cabinet info


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Just moved to a new house just outside gobowen and want to find out when my local cabonet will get fttc. As this is the only one i can see in the town that dosent have fttc. Also is it poss to get moved to a fttc cabinet the next one is lime 200yrds down the road by co op. My isp is sky.cabinet 44
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 14-Feb-14 17:23:08
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Re: finding out cabinet info


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Moved - only if you can afford to spend a few thousand pound on a network rearrangement will changing cabinet happen.

Have you checked where your postcode lies with regards to the BDUK project for your area? It may be you are outside the commercial area and just waiting for that project to deliver, or maybe too small a number of properties to even manage that.

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Standard User project_x_uk
(member) Thu 20-Feb-14 19:03:53
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Re: finding out cabinet info


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tried postcode but dosent like it due to it being a brand new house on a new estate.when using the map it just shows oswestry and that its accepting orders


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 20-Feb-14 20:11:48
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In which case best you can do if databases don't recognise the postcode is to find the closest one that is recognised.

Or use Lat/Lng and look it up on the council sketch maps

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