I am registered on a site with openreach engineers and they are saying job time will fall from 1-2 hours to 10 minutes.
That seems extremely unlikely.
Re-jumpering at the PCP and testing will take most of that. Then there is the travel time to the PCP, shared between the number of connections being made on the same visit, plus someone presumably has to alter the jumpering at the exchange as the copper will be unnecessarily connected to a DSLAM, (bearing in mind the fibre is often to a different exchange), and certainly if it is a move from LLU to BTW-based, and so on and so on ....
Anyway, nearly all the installs I've heard about, including my own, seemed to take around 30 minutes at the premises.
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