This is like Ground Hog day again.
First it was ADSL+, waiting for you exchange to be updated
Then its was FTTC, waiting for exchange to enabled
Now it is FTTP ...
Whilst I accept that Openreach cannot enable all exchanges and areas for FTTP immediately, to be continually at the back of the queue on a small exchange (Almondsbury) and 500m from the local cabinet (32) means that I will have to wait for FTTP to get truly fast internet ...
But, I am happy to say, Virgin have installed cable fibre in my street, after 18 years of saying soon!.
Does this mean BT Openreach will realise there is serious competition and do something now? Or could they just give a schedule when exchanges/cabinets will be upgraded?
Anyway, I have ordered 200Mbs from Virgin for £5pm less than my current broadband, for installation in 10 days. If only Openreach could do that.