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Standard User Damo_clover
(newbie) Wed 06-Feb-19 09:59:06
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Install on housing estate


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I'm looking to find out if Hyperoptic consider installations on housing estates as well as apartment buildings

We a 93 house estate in the Salford area of Greater Manchester and we're supplied by unsatisfactory slow fibre max of 25mbps, there is no Virgin Media either

The postcodes of the addresses of the estate are M7 1RF/M7 1RB, M7 1RG, M7 1RA, M7 1PA
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Your services are very close to our address on an estate on the other side of the River

We're in talks with openreach with FTTPoD and trying to get as many options as possible

If you could reply to confirm if hyperoptic would consider us for install I would really appreciate it
Standard User blueacid
(experienced) Mon 11-Feb-19 16:47:32
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Re: Install on housing estate


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In reply to a post by Damo_clover:
I'm looking to find out if Hyperoptic consider installations on housing estates as well as apartment buildings

We a 93 house estate in the Salford area of Greater Manchester and we're supplied by unsatisfactory slow fibre max of 25mbps, there is no Virgin Media either

The postcodes of the addresses of the estate are M7 1RF/M7 1RB, M7 1RG, M7 1RA, M7 1PA
image.png
Your services are very close to our address on an estate on the other side of the River

We're in talks with openreach with FTTPoD and trying to get as many options as possible

If you could reply to confirm if hyperoptic would consider us for install I would really appreciate it


I think this'd be the sort of request that'd be better to send them via email; try support@hyperoptic.com and give them all the details. I'd imagine that if they aren't able to rule it out straight away, they'd probably add your estate to their website & encourage residents to sign up and register interest. Then, that'd feed into their planning/rollout strategy. But, hopefully given they surround you the financials of any potential rollout might be more appealing!

It's another option as well, but drop Virgin Media's "cable my street" address an email; while I speculate you'd prefer FTTP/Hyperoptic compared to VM, I doubt you'd kick them out of bed if they turned up with their 350mbit service!
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