The latest batch of exchange service dates has been released. They stretch from May 28th to June 25th. Hopefully BT Wholesale will be able to release another review of exchanges in the near future, as exchanges are triggering rapidly. Also the number of registrations on exchanges without a trigger are rising, suggesting perhaps that Broadband demand is finally taking off in the UK, examples are Chafford (476), Adlington (388), Ash Green (316), Staplehurst (315) and Senghenydd (312), to name just the top 5.
Exchanges ready for service on 28st May 2003
Blythe Bridge, Staffs; Breadsall, Derbys; Diss, Norfolk; Frinton-on-Sea, Essex; Hednesford, Staffs; Lark Lane, Merseyside; Rockferry, Merseyside
Exchanges ready for service on 4th June 2003
Clandon, Surrey; Clydach, West Glamorgan; Cotgrave, Notts; Cupar Crossgates; Daubhill, Greater Manchester; South Queensfery, Edinburgh; Hoylake, Merseyside; Iver, Bucks; Padiham, Lancs; Penkridge, Staffs; Ribbleton, Lancs; Rye, East Sussex; Whittlesey, Cambs; Wombwell, South Yorks
Exchanges ready for service on 11th June 2003
Draycott, Derbyshire; Pontadawe, West Glamorgan
Exchanges ready for service on 18th June 2003
Pontadulais, West Glamorgan
Exchanges ready for service on 25th June 2003
Rhos on Sea, Clwyd; Brixham, Devon
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