Thats the thing..
Milford Haven 6,627 lines TT RFS 27/02/12
Neyland 2,574 lines TT RFS 27/02/12
Johnston 1,787 lines TT RFS 30/11/11
Haverfordwest 6,992 lines TT RFS 12/01/12
BT WBC RFS 31/01/12
Fishguard 2,944 lines TT RFS 27/02/12
Narberth 1,844 lines TT RFS 27/02/12
Saundersfoot 3,780 lines TT RFS 20/12/11 (sky unbundled this earlier this year - first llu in the county)
Tenby 3,240 lines TT RFS 22/11/11
BT WBC RFS 31/1/12
Pembroke 7,997 lines........................................ Nothing and no prospect.
Neyland and Milford are probably further west than Pembroke
Pembroke is twice the size of Saundersfoot, which serves a large rural area of small villages where as Pembroke serves 2 towns that sit either side of the hill... one the Historic settlement town.. the other.. a Victorian Dockyard town, so Im In the Historic town but still under 3 km from the exchange which was sited to be able to serve both towns in the early 60's when they took out Pembroke's own exchange
For years people on TBB have been telling me "your exchange is too small to be interesting to ISPs.. well that has been shot down in flames now... it seems size doesn't decide this, especially as several of the "to be unbundled" areas are touristy places that have a fair number of holiday homes and tourist lets..... so what is wrong with Pembroke which has a large resident population and business parks etc?
It makes no sense.. we pay too much for what we get bue to BTw's pricing, please don't hold up that OFCOM forced a cut in the price of 20cn.. whoop de do!!!! We saw NOTHING out of that... I know of No one here that has seen a price drop... or an increase in data allowance.. and speeds are no better.. if anything browsing is slower in the evening now.
As ever.. it makes no sense. some areas are spoon fed while the rest of us are left behind paying what seems over the odds for a 2nd rate service.
Any ISP that thinks that selling my click traffic is acceptable is MisinPHORMed
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