I was curious to see if any news regarding FTTP was available on the Openreach website. TO my surprise, it says
'We're sorry, our fibre products aren't available for you yet. However, we are starting to roll out our Superfast Fibre product in your area, giving you speeds of up to 80Mbps - provide your contact details and we'll keep you up to date with progress and what this means for your address and let you know if our ultra-fast, ultra-reliable Full Fibre, with speeds of up to 1Gbps is planning to come to your area. In the meantime you may still be able to get our Standard copper products - check with your provider of choice.'
This seems odd given I do have FTTC with my current provider! However if I pretend to order broadband with several providers (BT, Plusnet, EE, COOP, One Stream and Cuckoo), it shows only ADSL is available to order.
Is it likely that the Openreach information is wrong or just that the cabinet is full?