I'm trying to find out why we can't currently get Infinity. All houses near us (including many friends) can receive infinity, but our cul-de-sac cannot!
I looked at the PCP data from Dec 2011. Whilst our actual postcode is not listed, some very close are - but show some strange results...
Here is a map of our local area, with a number of postcodes to SUA_NODE_IDs mapped:
We're on a road just by Carroll Rd. What's bizzare is our red markers (smack bang in the middle of the blue markers) seem to be connected to a cabinet up by Whitleigh! Annoyingly, addresses in this area are enabled for FTTC - but we're not. Very strange, as that green void inbetween is quite a long way away.
There doesn't seem to be any green BT cabinets on our cul-de-sac. It was built in the 1980s, which was after all houses on Crownhill Road were built - but that still seems like a huge effort to connect us to a cabinet a long way away, considering there are several cabinets close to us.
Is there a way to find out definitely which box we are connected to? We currently get a terrible 3Mb connection and I'm desperately trying to avoid Virgin - their service in Plymouth is terrible.
Do Openreach ever re-route connections to different cabinets?