There may be confusion in what Openreach are saying.
Bear in mind that Openreach are not end-user facing, and the "When and Where" site or whatever it is may not fully reflect this. Once Openreach have installed one or more cabinets and the "headend" kit at wherever they are terminating the fibre, then they make GEA (which is FTTC and/or FTTP) available to order.
However, that is for CPs, (Communications Providers which includes both wholesalers and ISPs), to order whatever they need to supply it to end users. The GEA cable-link is the essential further bit of kit that a CP has to purchase from Openreach, to link the headend kit to their backhaul.
In this case it is BT Wholesale and perhaps Zen that haven't yet had their cable-link installed.
What does this checker
have to say? It's the only one that really matters in terms of supply, rather than forecasts.
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