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Standard User eded2000
(regular) Mon 02-Nov-15 15:17:19
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Migrating from LLU to FTTP

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Hi all

A friend of mine lives in a native FTTP area (not FTTPoD), but currently has phoneline and ADSL2+ with TalkTalk. As TalkTalk won't provide fibre over FTTP, they are looking at moving to BT. Does anyone know when ordering FTTP and switching suppliers (rather than a more typical ADSL/FTTC switch) whether this is still acquiring provider led, with no need to contact the losing provider?

Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Mon 02-Nov-15 15:35:41
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Re: Migrating from LLU to FTTP

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Yes. All migrations are now Gaining Provider Led.

But they do need to check re being out of minimum terms, and a possible ADSL cease charge TalkTalk may be able to charge. I don't know if Openreach charge a cease fee to the losing ISP in such cases.

You or they should be able to find that on the TT website, in Legal or T & Cs or similar.

BT have been known to compensate joiners for such charges by the losing ISP)

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