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Standard User JohnR
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 15-Feb-21 14:02:43
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Re: Neighbours have FTTP but I dont


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Or even think that WFH would become the norm for many that used to work in large call centers.. Due to a Virus.

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 19-Feb-21 22:25:56
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Re: Neighbours have FTTP but I dont


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Full DP so waiting on expansion or a checker error.

Email me Andrew at thinkbroadband dot com on Monday morning (i.e. when a chance Openreach may be at desks/dining room tables) and will see if can get anywhere

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Standard User hoopla
(committed) Fri 05-Mar-21 16:27:30
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Re: Neighbours have FTTP but I dont


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In reply to a post by Claired:
I am due to move into a property which only has 6mb of copper broadband. However I have discovered my neighbours have FTTP. When i spoke to BT they said they need to speak to openreach but i need to decide if to sign the tenancy next week and cant wait long for a responce. On bt broadband checker it stated awairing availability on open reach it states may be coming soon. Please help.
Late reply.

If I was in your position, I would speak to one or both of my neighbours and ask to share their internet connection in return for sharing some of the cost.


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