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Standard User ib1703
(newbie) Sun 16-Oct-11 10:37:21
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Re: BT Infinity for my local cabinet


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Correct the 2 addresses are on other side of town. It must be mistake. By the way, how did you do the multiple mapping map....just in case I need to do this for other things.
Standard User ggremlin
(committed) Sun 16-Oct-11 10:58:03
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the two errant post codes start rg40, all the others are rg41, and both those errant ones exist in the area when changed to rg41
ie rg40 1qj should be rg41 1qj (toufley rd)
Standard User ib1703
(newbie) Sun 16-Oct-11 11:06:51
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So, a mistake....right? Would that have influenced any decision not to do PCP 5 i.e. upgrade to FTTC?


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Standard User ib1703
(newbie) Sun 16-Oct-11 11:09:19
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It's OK on the postcode mapping. Found it. Brilliant tool.
Standard User 5km
(knowledge is power) Sun 16-Oct-11 12:15:19
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I doubt it. BT must have a reason and it'll be something really silly. Perhaps there isn't space in PCP5 to have FTTC tie cables going into it. If this is the case they would need to replace that cabinet or install another PCP.

yeah batchgeo.com ... very good tool.

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Standard User btbert
(member) Sun 16-Oct-11 15:15:59
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nope just a re shell ie just take off the old shell and fit a bigger one to take the tie cables so no big deal.

these comments are my own and in no way represent any company that i may or may not be linked too.
Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Sun 16-Oct-11 20:05:56
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It's already got a new shell, and is chok-full already. There's a fair bit of business nearby, mostly small though, but that might be the reason. Toutley rd is off the cab at the end of the rd in the bushes, can't remember the number though.

Standard User ccxo
(member) Sun 16-Oct-11 22:44:46
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BT dont always enable all the cabs during the first deployment in a area, they say they will come back to them later on.

You may have to do what residents did in Basingstoke to get the rest of the cabs enabled, for fttc.

Why BT would target vigin areas first is to try and take customers from virgin, people complain when areas with no cable are not touched which is understandable but you do have to take into account that the rollout continues to 2015.

Will find that BT will get round to those exchanges in due time, only so many engineers avalaible at any one time and there is not threat from compeition at current.

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Standard User ionic
(experienced) Sun 16-Oct-11 22:48:44
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could be someone's physically diverse links?
Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Sun 16-Oct-11 22:49:32
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BT ignore non cable areas.


odd they're doing an entire town near me which has no cable at all.

Best reset your prejudices.

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