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Week 9 - back on track?
Tuesday 03 September 2002 13:46:00 by Andrew Ferguson

Time marches on, the BT Wholesale website breaks but it appears to get fixed. What's the big news for people trying to get their exchange ADSL enabled? Well this week nothing much. The ADSLguide Demand Tracker now has the option of listing by trigger percentage or total registrations.

For this weeks top 10 we are listing by trigger percentage, this hopefully will reflect which exchanges are nearer the trigger level and thus which ones are going to try out the next part of the scheme.

Rank Exchange Name Registrations Trigger Last Change
1 Todmorden 146 (73%) 200 Friday 30 August 2002
2 Pembury 104 (52%) 200 Friday 30 August 2002
3 Penn 104 (52%) 200 Friday 30 August 2002
4 Merthyr Tydfil 126 (50%) 250 Friday 30 August 2002
5 Irby 198 (49%) 400 Saturday 31 August 2002
6 Kesgrave 171 (48%) 350 Friday 30 August 2002
7 Alton 165 (47%) 350 Saturday 31 August 2002
8 Wymondham 93 (46%) 200 Monday 02 September 2002
9 Leek 90 (45%) 200 Friday 30 August 2002
10 Paddock Wood 88 (44%) 200 Monday 26 August 2002

Westhoughton last weeks leader is now languishing down at 29% with 103 registrations after a whole load were removed from the system due to various attempts to fake demand getting detected.

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