interesting. To me it looks like each cabinet has a connection to the PCP via a chamber located near to it (i can see where they have dug a trench and then filled it) and also a seperate connection to power where i can see a filled trench in the tarmac. Im guessing in that case power has been connected up and BT just therefore need to come along and install and configure the equipment and then flick the switch in the cabinet. What could possibly go wrong?
There's no way for us to know at this point. They may have connected fibre between the cab and exchange, they may not.
They may have run the connecting cables to the power and PCP, or they may have just laid duct.
Also, the exchange will only go live once at least ten cabinets have had their fibre, power, and tie pairs connected (or thereabouts).
Unfortunately it really is going to be a "suck it and see" with regards to when you'll go live. It was around six months between my cab appearing on the street and it going live in Exeter.
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