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Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Sat 01-Apr-17 22:23:24
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Re: No More ADSL


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Unbundled exchange possibly.


No idea, I didn't even put my postcode in. It just came up.
Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Fri 07-Apr-17 13:05:23
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Re: No More ADSL


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No requirement for firms like Vodafone, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media to offer a broadband service in every corner of the UK, and with no broadband USO not even an absolute requirement on BT Group


They do try and push their customers onto fibre, even if they have no desire to go. someone i know who is on sky broadband keeps getting phone calls, emails and letters from Sky trying to get them onto fibre.
Sky do not like taking no for an answer.

By all accounts Talk Talk is also trying to push people onto Fibre

Adrian

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Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Fri 07-Apr-17 13:16:50
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Re: No More ADSL


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someone i know who is on sky broadband keeps getting phone calls, emails and letters from Sky trying to get them onto fibre.

I'm on Sky ADSL2+ with no TV or mobile, and I've fully opted out of all marketing in my Sky control panel. I don't hear a peep of marketing from them about fibre or anything else.

Oliver.


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Standard User neo_wales
(regular) Sat 08-Apr-17 21:38:29
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Re: No More ADSL


[re: zyborg47] [link to this post]
 
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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
No requirement for firms like Vodafone, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media to offer a broadband service in every corner of the UK, and with no broadband USO not even an absolute requirement on BT Group


They do try and push their customers onto fibre, even if they have no desire to go. someone i know who is on sky broadband keeps getting phone calls, emails and letters from Sky trying to get them onto fibre.
Sky do not like taking no for an answer.

By all accounts Talk Talk is also trying to push people onto Fibre


I'm on TT fibre so is this why they don't EVER phone or email me?

Robert
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Standard User Michael_Chare
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 09-Apr-17 22:43:40
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Re: No More ADSL


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I'm on TT fibre so is this why they don't EVER phone or email me?
They do have full page newspaper adverts.

Michael Chare
Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 10-Apr-17 20:16:05
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Re: No More ADSL


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i will have to tell them to look at their Sky control panel. I do not get much from Plusnet to be honest, I had one phone call a few weeks after I had the service and that was to try and get me to have Plusnet Tv, to which I refused telling them I do not have a Tv licence, the other was a couple of months ago when they phoned me offer their mobile phone service, which was a bit strange as I was already using their mobile phone service and I still am. smile
One of the reasons i avoided sky was because of the fact they keep trying to get me to have Sky Tv.


i am ok with what I have got to be honest,

Adrian

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Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 10-Apr-17 20:33:04
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Their control panel should look something like this when they're opted out: http://imgur.com/fRXFzpS

Oliver.
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