Peter Black the Telecommunications Adjudicator has published his November 2005 update for the LLU market.
In terms of raw figures, around 5000 lines are being ordered each week, and the UK has over 163,000 LLU lines. Bulk migration allowing providers to move existing customers to LLU services en-masse has started, with around 7000 lines moved already.
Though there is still some fluctuation in how often lines are connected right the first time, with a current figure of 90% this is an improvement on past performance. It looks like the UK is still on target to hit the magic 1 million LLU lines by the end of 2006.
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