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Standard User Hyde_TDS
(newbie) Wed 28-Mar-12 20:52:34
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Re: PCP 79


[re: curtmantle] [link to this post]
 
You and me both. And a few others to boot!

Edited by Hyde_TDS (Wed 28-Mar-12 20:53:09)

Standard User moosedog
(newbie) Thu 29-Mar-12 19:13:40
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Re: PCP 79


[re: Hyde_TDS] [link to this post]
 
oh please let it happen this time its like dial up sometimes round here
Standard User curtmantle
(newbie) Fri 30-Mar-12 14:41:14
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Re: PCP 79


[re: moosedog] [link to this post]
 
My connection to PCP79 is completely down at the moment. Using a mobile internet dongle until it's sorted.

I've had problems with my connection since I first got it in 2004.


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Standard User DougM
(member) Mon 02-Apr-12 11:36:45
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Re: Anyone live on PCP 66


[re: DougM] [link to this post]
 
For anyone who did not see this update from the Basingstoke Broadband Facebook group:
The power cables for Basingstoke PCP 66 were on private land. We asked the power company to look for a new solution, which they quoted for. This quote was excessive because it had been quoted with the power company performing the civil works. We asked them to re-quote the works with our contractor performing the civil works which was received last week and signed and returned to them.

Our contractors are in the process of noticing the required works, which will be from an overhead supply. This causes additional complications as a specialist jointer is required and we have asked the power company to supply a date for such an individual to be available to us asap.

So the cabinet was installed last July and ever since BT has been trying to get some power! Hopefully not long now.

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DougM
Standard User justinf
(newbie) Mon 02-Apr-12 13:12:57
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Re: Anyone live on PCP 66


[re: DougM] [link to this post]
 
what are the PCP numbers for Chineham?

I'm still on 1mb/s despite being signed up to BT
Standard User R0NSKI
(regular) Mon 02-Apr-12 13:36:31
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Re: Anyone live on PCP 66


[re: justinf] [link to this post]
 
You need to post your postcode, and someone will lookup the cabinet number for you.

You could also try entering your number here, and see what it's says. Make sure you don't put a space in your number, the checker gets upset!

If it does not recognise your number choose the option to enter your address, NOT just your postcode, postcode only does not give any FTTC results.

Edited by R0NSKI (Mon 02-Apr-12 13:40:05)

Standard User DougM
(member) Mon 02-Apr-12 15:12:17
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Re: Anyone live on PCP 66


[re: justinf] [link to this post]
 
I've mapped the postcodes to cabinets for Chineham:

http://batchgeo.com/map/bf3fd6d64deadc4abe512787ee9c...

You'll need to play with the zoom: for some reason BatchGeo has started defaulting to Europe rather than the area specific to the data!

You can type postcodes in the search box to see which PCP covers them, or you can type a PCP number to see which postcodes it covers.

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DougM
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Wed 11-Apr-12 22:58:05
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Re: PCP 79


[re: moosedog] [link to this post]
 
So there's now a big hole next to PCP 79... work has started!!! Should I really be this excited about FTTC???
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Thu 12-Apr-12 09:23:29
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Let's hope so, I noticed the works yesterday too, and will eagerly be on the lookout for Openreach vans.

Fingers crossed, but I assume it will still be a couple of months before infinity will be available . . .
Standard User simon194
(regular) Thu 12-Apr-12 11:34:39
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Re: PCP 79


[re: Anonymous] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by Anonymous:
Let's hope so, I noticed the works yesterday too, and will eagerly be on the lookout for Openreach vans.

Fingers crossed, but I assume it will still be a couple of months before infinity will be available . . .

I wouldn't count on it. A cab near my son's school was put in place last October and Openreach installed their equipment in it about a month ago.
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