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Standard User adslmax
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sat 14-Nov-20 22:58:44
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BT Broadband Availability Checker via follow that page


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I know many of us including myself hate the new layout of BT Broadband Availability Checker: https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL as it never work with follow that page if the checker has made any change in this link: https://www.followthatpage.com and the new lay out of checker also annoying with captcha.

Does anyone know how to get this work again from this follow that page?

PN FTTC 80/20 since 2014
Standard User j0hn83
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 15-Nov-20 04:34:12
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Re: BT Broadband Availability Checker via follow that page


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No.

The captcha was added to prevent people from abusing the system with automatic or bulk lookups.

You get far too hung up on tiny changes to your estimates.
You have all your neighbours estimates documented and periodically check them all for changes. It's an unhealthy obsession.
You get the full 80/20 that OpenReach FTTC/VDSL allows. Why not just enjoy it.

I only check my estimates if I'm switching ISP.
It's the only time it's even relevant.
Now that I'm on FTTP I'll probably never check my results ever again.

You need to try to stop obsessing over estimates that don't impact your service.
It's clearly not doing your mental health any good max.
Being notified of tiny changes to your estimates would just make it worse.
Standard User busterboy
(committed) Sun 15-Nov-20 08:34:41
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Re: BT Broadband Availability Checker via follow that page


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In reply to a post by j0hn83:
No.

The captcha was added to prevent people from abusing the system with automatic or bulk lookups.

You get far too hung up on tiny changes to your estimates.
You have all your neighbours estimates documented and periodically check them all for changes. It's an unhealthy obsession.
You get the full 80/20 that OpenReach FTTC/VDSL allows. Why not just enjoy it.

I only check my estimates if I'm switching ISP.
It's the only time it's even relevant.
Now that I'm on FTTP I'll probably never check my results ever again.

You need to try to stop obsessing over estimates that don't impact your service.
It's clearly not doing your mental health any good max.
Being notified of tiny changes to your estimates would just make it worse.


You said what everyone else is thinking. Well said.

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