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Openreach announce 63 exchanges for fibre upgrades

Openreach have today announced another 63 exchanges which will be enabled during the next phase of its super fast broadband network upgrade. This will allow for fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) services delivering 'up to 40 meg' broadband to be provided by service providers to an increased number of users. Some may even be lucky enough to get fibre-to-the-home or premises (FTTH/FTTP) services.

These exchanges are expected to be enabled by late summer 2010.

Region Exchange
London ALBERT DOCK
WANSTEAD
MILE END
PARSONS GREEN
SKYPORT
GREENFORD
MERTON PARK
PUTNEY
WIMBLEDON
SUTTON CHEAM
MITCHAM
South East BICESTER
NEWPORT PAGNELL
AYLESBURY
DIDCOT
MAIDENHEAD
CROWTHORNE
WOKINGHAM
EARLEY
LANGLEY
CAVERSHAM
READING SOUTH
HENLEY ON THAMES
LOCKSHEATH
CHANDLERS FORD
FAIR OAK
ANDOVER
EASTLEIGH
BRIGHTON HOVE
SITTINGBOURNE
PORTSMOUTH CENTRAL
South West TOOTHILL
BLUNSDON
CHIPPENHAM
WORLE
PORTISHEAD
Wales LLANISHEN
LLANEDEYRN
West Midlands SOLIHULL
EARLSDON
KENILWORTH
TAMWORTH
WARWICK
HEDNESFORD
East Midlands STONEYGATE
COALVILLE
East of England HARPENDEN
ORTONS
BRAINTREE
North West WILLASTON
BRAMHALL
CONGLETON
Yorkshire and The Humberside LOFTHOUSE GATE
GUISELEY
BEAUCHIEF
RANMOOR
Scotland PENICUIK
DALGETY BAY
DUNFERMLINE
LIVINGSTON STATION
GLASGOW NEWTON MEARN
BOTHWELL
Northern Ireland BANGOR, NORTHERN IRELAND

Comments

Nice to see the role-out finally start kicking off. Hopefully more will role on from these around the nation, as opposed to predominantly south.

Surely you mean summer 2010, Sebastien?

  • GAZar
  • over 7 years ago

Hednesford!? I like closer to this one than my own exchange (Cannock). Shame.

  • Luckyknight
  • over 7 years ago

Correction:

Hednesford!? I live closer to this one than my own exchange (Cannock). Shame.

  • Luckyknight
  • over 7 years ago

Is there a full list somewhere?

  • nmg196
  • over 7 years ago

@nmg196 yeah my thoughts exactly, is there a full list of enabled and to be enabled exchanges? Information on the openreach website is slim :/

  • irchs
  • over 7 years ago

@irchs + @nmg196 try looking at www.samknows.com as they have a full list of all the exchanges in the UK and what is enabled.

  • TaRkADaHl
  • over 7 years ago

No mention of Brackley (not really a surprise) but our office is in a village just outside Bicester. I haven't seen any green cabinets though but it's possible we're fed from one of those on the outskirts. That alone would probably double our speed.

  • AndrueC
  • over 7 years ago

Looking forward to comments from Cyberdoyle and Carpetburn on this!

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

what's to say? just proves it isn't rocket science, they could have done it years ago if they wanted to. All this talk of £30 billion is a fallacy, they already own the ducts, poles and wayleaves. replace expensive copper with fibre, put in futureproof kit and sit back and make a mint. Much better to do fibre to the home, but it will come.

  • cyberdoyle
  • over 7 years ago

Oh I was expecting that post from @cyberdoyle... He simply refuses to believe that people won't pay £1200 to get a FTTH connection when we can get FTTC which is nearly the same speed for free.

  • nmg196
  • over 7 years ago

BT never said £30bn for FTTC, they started out at £1.5bn. The larger figures were for FTTH.

  • KarlAustin
  • over 7 years ago

quote"Looking forward to comments from Cyberdoyle and Carpetburn on this!"

Actually im quite interested, my exchange is on that list, which ISPs if any are selling these fibre based services? Can you pre-order from any ISP? Also is there anywhere to get info about packages available, the monthly cost and what monthly limits etc and similar are available? Ill consider the service if it meets my personal requirements.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Of course you will. It is, after all, from BT.
*snickers*

Cyberdoyle - Oh? Okay, now prove that contention, including proof they were allowed to by Ofcom (since they seem to be using recent permissions) and that the exact gear they're using was available before. Thanks.

Oh, and by the way? This is *ahead* of schedule.

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

Reading South? Moved from there 2 years ago. Wokingham? Moved 1 year ago.

Oh well. They're bound to make their way to Reading CENTRAL eventually...

  • Quark999
  • over 7 years ago

hednesford, who lives there?, or mayby that is the reason for the trial to get better speds to places not normally covered. maybe I should move the 13mines to hednesford for this :)

  • iand
  • over 7 years ago

CB - monthly limits etc. are totally the responsibility of the particular ISP. Openreach just provide the pipe from the exchange and the box at the customer end.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

iand - Hednesford has 8 LLU suppliers so something must be happening there.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

Sorry to sound dumb, but where on www.samknows.com is the full list for the super-fast broadband equipped exchanges/FTTC service? Thanks

  • freediver
  • over 7 years ago

Is my lovely hometown Slough upgraded yet? =)

  • Khan
  • over 7 years ago

quote"CB - monthly limits etc. are totally the responsibility of the particular ISP. Openreach just provide the pipe from the exchange and the box at the customer end."

Indeed, hence asking what ISPs if any are selling these services?

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

quote"Of course you will. It is, after all, from BT.
*snickers*"

I fail to see what your favourite chocolate bar has to do with this??? Actually scrap that i do its advertised by Mr T, (http://getsomenuts.tv/) so in his words and something you have obviously heard many times before.......... "Shut up FOOL"

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Strange that Mile End was chosen and yet Poplar with it's ongoing capacity problems was ignored, i would imagine that Poplar would be a goldmine. i can't yet see any logic behind the choices other than to try to appear not to favour anyone in particular.

  • njalondon
  • over 7 years ago

I think its just random njalondon or a case of them picking on more modern or large supply exchanges first. There was never any clear definition why BT roll out services to certain exchanges before others, same thing happened with MAX products.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Full list I found so far is

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/07/09/bt_upgrade_schedule/

  • zone8
  • over 7 years ago

@CB

AAISP I know definately does.

Many other independent ISPs will as well, you just have to ask them as it's not mainstream yet.

By the looks of reviews AAISP is your best bet but I think the trial comes with an 18 month contract (like you're going to want to quit?).

  • otester
  • over 7 years ago

In addition, be aware that usage allowances is currently pretty ****.

I get 5TB on my ADSL2+ package.

  • otester
  • over 7 years ago

Toothill exchange was always delayed of upgrades due to a lack of space, llu providers decided to pull out & 21cn was also delayed. I'm well chuffed with this upgrade. I have noticed that blunsdon will also get the upgrade. A lot of people got taken off this exchange last year when they built the new haydon wick exchange and migrated across with decent speeds. I bet they wish they never got moved at all now. Bring it on Swindon. Also with the wifi network being put into place, this really is now becoming the digital city ;P

  • Mitchy_mitch
  • over 7 years ago

Ironically, there being no LLU providers probably got it on the list, Mitchy. When there's only BT gear, it's considerably cheaper to provide the environmental systems (since BT sticks with a few pieces of kit with fairly similar tolerances).

Carpet - Yea, that's about your interlectual (intended spelling) level. No, they pick exchanges based on cost and market research, sheesh.

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

DF - don't assume the fibre goes back to the same local exchange.

CB - rollout is defined by ISPs.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

quote"@CB

AAISP I know definately does.

Many other independent ISPs will as well, you just have to ask them as it's not mainstream yet."

Thanks for that info otester, ill have a look around when it hits my exchange hopefully then details will be in writing from various ISPs :)

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Rollout is also determined by engineering capacity per "region". You can't suddenly decide to roll-out where you don't have the manpower to actually fulfill your commitment...

  • themanstan
  • over 7 years ago

Some interesting decisions here though I guess they have their reasons even if they aren't totally clear at first impression.

  • Dixinormous
  • over 7 years ago

still all in same areas as the previous 2 announcements with the exception of a few exchanges, the 2 listed east midlands ones are both in leicestershire. coalville is a small town, stoneygate is near the city but serves mainly short lines. Both have cable and BE. They didnt pick an exchange on the west side of leicester which is the area dominated with long lines.

  • chrysalis
  • over 7 years ago

@freediver http://www.samknows.com/broadband/btadsl-league.php

There is every exchange in the UK, all 5461 BB enabled ones, click on it and it explains if it has LLU, 21CN, Virgin and everything else. The list of what exchanges are enabled is the list of 63 above. Here is a list of the other planned exchanges:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/03/23/bt_fttc_exchanges/

Between whats on this page and that link, there are all the exchanges.

  • TaRkADaHl
  • over 7 years ago

@chrysalis

seems they may be taking the low hanging fruit first option...

  • themanstan
  • over 7 years ago

at this moment in time...

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

The Samknows site doesn't show the FTTP/FTTH sites yet. Not even on Whitchurch or Muswell Hill. I have dropped an e-mail to ask if they intend doing so.

  • jumpmum
  • over 7 years ago

previous article quoted 69 sites with link to 29 siteshttp://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/p/6.html
Openreach lists http://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/news/productbriefings/nga/nga05409.do
http://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/news/productbriefings/nga/nga04209.do

  • jumpmum
  • over 7 years ago

I wonder how much this increase in FTTC exchanges will affect the already well behind schedule and much maligned roll out of WBC .

  • Aqualung
  • over 7 years ago

jumpmum - so far it's 2 + 29 + 69 + 63 = 163

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

FTTC is behind schedule already..

Heaton Moor exchange 'live' date (for customer orders) 4th Jan. On 26th Dec the checkers stopped quoting a date.. now BT are refusing to give a date at all. And it's not the only exchange affected either.

  • TonyHoyle
  • over 7 years ago

^^^ Bang goes Dawn Falcons bubble world of and i quote "Oh, and by the way? This is *ahead* of schedule."
What a shocker!

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Carpetburn: Try to be fair to BT, the weather since 16th Dec has been horrendous for working on cabinets outside and new work will take a back seat to repairing faults caused by the snow/frost and travelling difficulties.

  • jumpmum
  • over 7 years ago

This is good news i wonder weather BT look at digital region's roll out plan .This would really put a spanner in the works if bt could roll out fttc before they do .i'm with sky bbi and i stand a much better chance with bt as wholesale links are already in place

  • 2doorsbob
  • over 7 years ago

Weather happens. They were still three months ahead of schedule, so a few weeks of snow isn't going to push them behind.

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

Digital Region are rolling out cabinets already around South Yorkshire and have been for weeks ( even in this weather ). Remember DR are doing a lot smaller area than BT, they are at present only doing the 54 exchanges in the South Yorkshire region.....

  • tikka69
  • over 7 years ago

Serious question - are any of these exchanges outside Virgin's cabled area? I must admit I've got a bit cynical and don't expect to see FTTC in my lifetime out here in the sticks, so if any of these exchanges are not just easy pickings I might get a bit more optimistic ;)

  • andygegg
  • over 7 years ago

Yes, it is covering all 54 exchanges in South Yorkshire, which will feed to around 1600 street cabinets. A large percentage of these areas are not covered by VM or LLU at present.

  • tikka69
  • over 7 years ago

DR IMHO is a bit weak in the technical implementation side of things as far as ISPs are concerned though, nowhere near as robust as currently wholesale implementations and hand-offs - unless things have changed dramatically of late.

  • KarlAustin
  • over 7 years ago

tikka69 - thanks for that. I am duly more optimisticated! We shall see if the consultation announced today brings any cheer.

  • andygegg
  • over 7 years ago

Karl, would love to know why you think this ? Drop me a PM if you like. :o)

  • tikka69
  • over 7 years ago

DF - how do you work out it's cheaper if there is no LLU, surely LLU might move in once FTTC is provided Also it may go back to a different exchnage.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

Somerset - It's all down to the price of providing the appropriate environmental systems (BT deliberately gets its kit in quite close tolerance). And it may, but BT have to make choices and It'd be just one of many factors involved.

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

Posted by Somerset 1 day ago
at this moment in time

is that a confirmation they picking out short line areas first?

Also I would love for someone to do an analysis of all picked exchanges and see if there is any kind of pattern or if BT are picking them out of a hat.

  • chrysalis
  • over 7 years ago

It's a follow up from nonsense expressions like 'low hanging fruit'.

Most are in cable areas, most are exchanges with at least 6 LLU operators.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

lol. It gets better. Not only have the FTTC checkers gone down but BT have said they can't even take orders on live exchanges until the 18th Jan even on live exchanges because their ordering systems aren't ready.

So much for ahead of schedule.. not that I believed that for a minute anyway.

  • TonyHoyle
  • over 7 years ago

The first tranche, of which my exchange is part, has not even been enabled yet and I still cannot find anything concrete about any FTTC offerings or enablement dates.

  • drteeth
  • over 7 years ago

So thats 2 people that confirm the lie of "Ahead of schedule" How long do we have to put up with that posters mis-information?

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

ok will see what happens then, my exchange
7 x llu
cable available
it fits the criteria but has long lines so will BT spend on it. Time will tell.

  • chrysalis
  • over 7 years ago

Shame we don't know what the criteria are Chrysalis. Providers have input however none of the LLU operators are showing much interest in them leaving BT Wholesale basically. Blame the LLU operators for that, they need to pull their finger out.

The criteria certainly isn't as simple as having loads of LLU and cable available.

  • Dixinormous
  • over 7 years ago

Hm... so basically Carpetburn is saying that the announcement of dates ahead of schedule is contradicted by a possible (not even confirmed) delay because of bad weather and someone reporting he dosn't know the state of the exchange.

Yea, wrong again.

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

^^^ Stop making things personal and bringing me into your frankly bile spewing tripe

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

I am perfectly allowed to disagree with you and agree with other posters (more than one i may add) who are correct. In the past 4 news stories you have done nothing but spout nonsense without backing up a single claim you have made.
You are a Liar and in breach of SEVERAL site rules. It has been reported and i will continue to report your dis-information on a daily basis until you are forced to stop.
Take a hint, if more than a single person says the opposite to what you have to spew it probably makes you wrong.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

'your frankly bile spewing tripe' - very professional!

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

Dixi if I was an LLU provider I wouldnt lay my own fibre either such a move based on BT's past behaviour would trigger openreach to react and then lose exclusivity.

  • chrysalis
  • over 7 years ago

Carpet -

Here's a hint: Check BT's original timetable. You're wrong, again.

And stop making personal attacks. (That you're constantly wrong is just a fact, not an attack)

Chrysalis - Which past behaviour are you refering to?

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

quote"Here's a hint: Check BT's original timetable. You're wrong, again"

Really, so all these are enabled are they......
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/4065-bt-openreach-update-fibre-cabinet-fttc-rollout.html

Hush your lies

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

40 mbps!! Japan and South Korea already have or is heading for 1G to home..

Here is a speed test from my 100 mbps syncronous fiber connection here in Japan.
It is acually slower than it should be but just to give an idea... the server I downloaded from is some guys home connection.
[URL=http://www.speedtest.net][IMG]http://www.speedtest.net/result/677604115.png[/IMG][/URL]

  • lasse1234
  • over 7 years ago

http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/151562/japans_kddi_to_offer_1g_bps_internet_connections_to_homes.html

  • lasse1234
  • over 7 years ago

http://gigaom.com/2009/02/01/by-2012-koreans-will-get-a-gigabit-per-second-broadband-connection/

  • lasse1234
  • over 7 years ago

Hm, let's see, Carpet. *phones people in two of the areas*. Yep, seems they've been told by their ISP that the service is now avaliable.

One isolated case of someone not checking? Yea... (wrong!)

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

LMAO you really are stupid...... Heaton Moor hasnt been enabled... So much for ahead of schedule. As to your so called phone calls (like people would actually speak to you) thats another LIE as the the ordering systems for the services at many exchanges are not even fully live yet and wont be until mid to end of Jan. Mwahahaha simpleton!

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Its a shame your brain power doesnt match your ability to lie, if it did you may actually state something thats accurate for once.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Oh and i can prove the ordering system isnt fully live/functional yet for all the listed areas... I have it from BTs own mouth... You probably dont believe that but hey you expect people to believe your nonsense with no proof. Unlike you though i can back up that claim.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Dixi, in the past on exchanges BT didnt enable when a community prohect got started or a wireless isp moved in the area BT then enabled adsl in the exchange.

  • chrysalis
  • over 7 years ago

CB - 'Its a shame your brain power doesnt match your ability to lie'

Enjoy your ban!

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

Yep i probably will be banned, even though its DF that has annoyed several users not only in this thread but many other recent news items. They continue to make unfounded claims, without evidence and even when asked politely refuse to provide evidence to their claims.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Also if you could be kind enough to look back through this news story comments you will see Dawn Falcon was the person that started with the sly and rude remarks towards myself. It all kicked off from the 13th post in this thread made by DF..... If Dawn Falcon cant take insults and sly remarks they shouldnt start them. Then again DFs nonsense seems acceptable hence why they are still here telling LIE after LIE. Oh and is the one that starts the personal insults.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

I assume you have reported me Somerset, perhaps in future you could report insults as soon as they start, that way people wont have to defend thereself against Dawn Falcons rude dribble.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Carpetburn if proof is what you require here is the original timetable.By April 2010 so yes it is ahead of schedule.
http://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/news/productbriefings/nga/nga01009.do

These dates being referred to are just Cabinet Ready for Service dates they are not product launch dates.

Product launch plans are being communicated at the next NGA forum on the 14th of this month see here.
http://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/news/productbriefings/nga/nga05709.do

Hope this helps clear things up a bit.

  • rich420uk
  • over 7 years ago

Also check this out.
http://www.btwholesale.com/pages/downloads/Products/Broadband/Wholesale_Broadband_Connect_WBC/WBC_FTTC_Handbook_Issue_1_20th_December.pdf

Unless its a mistake the issue date is 20th January 2010 we haven't got there yet.

  • rich420uk
  • over 7 years ago

There is no point trying to argue with Darn Falcon. It is a waste of time. I'm sure there are many others who dislike DF as well.

  • TGVrecord
  • over 7 years ago

Not arguing with DF. My opinion is the same as his AHEAD of Schedule.

  • rich420uk
  • over 7 years ago

@rich420uk
My comment was directed to Carpetburn. Your posts appeared after I posted.

I am not questioning the validity of DF posts just that he is not the most diplomatic poster on these forums. From experiance it is best just to ignore him as he does exhibit troll tendencies.

  • TGVrecord
  • over 7 years ago

As per usual the Scottish Borders gets nothing when will the Scottish Government realise that there is a large area called the Scottish Borders and Scotland doesn't just consist of Edinburgh & Glasgow and their suburbs they don't need high speed internet as they already have a very fast connection as it is please let the Borders have a go

  • pattester
  • over 7 years ago

Have they heard of an area called the "North East"?

  • davehumphrey11
  • over 7 years ago

quote"These dates being referred to are just Cabinet Ready for Service dates they are not product launch dates."

Some of the initial areas
(http://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/4065-bt-openreach-update-fibre-cabinet-fttc-rollout.html)
Have not even been made cabinet ready. Therefore if they were cabinet ready dates, they are also behind schedule.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

quote"There is no point trying to argue with Darn Falcon. It is a waste of time. I'm sure there are many others who dislike DF as well."

Oh another poster has noticed... Still its funny DF now seems to think i am all of these regular posters, or i assume thats what they mean in this http://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/4124-government-announce-consultation-on-next-generation-broadband-fund.html#news_comments news story with their "multiple personalities" comment.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

No doubt DF will be along shortly to say you and I are the same person also TGV. Its a pity DF cant just understand people know he/she is a fool.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

The cabinet ready dates are only anticipated anyway nothing concrete and like I said they are not launch dates.
Read this
http://www.openreach.co.uk/orpg/news/productbriefings/nga/nga05309.do

Anyway,original schedule April 2010 you cannot say behind schedule till we get past that date.

  • rich420uk
  • over 7 years ago

Wrong again Carpet! Why would I accuse you of something which clearly isn't true? That's your province.

rich420uk - Ssh, don't put logic into their hatred of the peons getting broadband. (heh)

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 7 years ago

quote"The cabinet ready dates are only anticipated anyway nothing concrete"

Ok they are behind schedule on their "ANTICIPATED" dates then.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

Is that a problem?

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

Okay Carpet. Can you tell us which exchanges have had no cabinets installed?

  • rich420uk
  • over 7 years ago

"in the past on exchanges BT didnt enable when a community prohect got started or a wireless isp moved in the area BT then enabled adsl in the exchange." - never happened, urban legend.

Long line cabs won't get FTTC as the product has minimum 15M speed.

  • herdwick
  • over 7 years ago

Brighton and Hove is mentioned? Does that include Portslade exchange?

  • samperry209
  • over 7 years ago

quote"Okay Carpet. Can you tell us which exchanges have had no cabinets installed?"

Its not exchanges where cabinets are installed. But to not be petty, ill answer what i believe you mean... 2 of the London locations has work in progress still, 1 (FTTP) has been put back, another Scottish location cabinet work has not started, other locations now do not have ETA dates available through BTs checker. Hope that answers the question enough, can be more detailed if you like but will probably need multiple posts due to the 600 character limit.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 7 years ago

makes me so angry what they call the south west !!! hell the exchanges they state as south west is hundreds of miles from me.........
I AM IN THE SOUTH WEST !!!!!!!!!!!

  • petesilver
  • over 7 years ago

I see in the northwest
its

WILLASTON (megamoney area)
BRAMHALL (megamoney area)
CONGLETON (megamoney area)

Looks like the peasants will have to wait a while
Possibly forever???
i gat 15mbps but only because its an O2 LLU exchange and I live 300yards from it
in Poulton-Le-Fylde lancs

  • outerspaceman
  • over 7 years ago

that's another 3 exchanges Outer. There are already many exchanges using this in the northwest.

  • kamelion
  • over 7 years ago

Can anyone give me information on the exchange that covers G75 9GY we are still on the slowest speed available to broadband despite promises over the last four years that we will be upgraded to faster speeds this is harming not only business but private users.

  • WRRobertson
  • over 7 years ago

http://www.samknows.com/broadband/exchange/WSEKI

3.7 miles from exchange, not on the FTTC list.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

BT is truly a joke.
I cannot believe they left out the Slough main exchange.

BT seems to be rolling out the service to areas that already have a decent broadband services, instead of rolling out the service first to customers with poor service in last mile areas or too far from the exchange(broadband-notspot.org.uk), such as the no broadband spot where I live.

Right next to the biggest trading estate in Europe & no broadband service.

As Slough is holding some of 2012 olympics events, shouldn't BT be upgrading the slough main exchange also?

  • windows7
  • over 7 years ago

Plenty of time to the olympics. What events are in Slough?

It's the ISPs that want particular areas, not BT. They probably want exchanges where they can compete with VM.

  • Somerset
  • over 7 years ago

One would think that 9 miles away from the centre of MANCHESTER,fibre optic cable would be prominent. No, the Walkden exchange, four miles away from my home is not on the list. Why? My broadband, via wi-fi modem, gives me just 2mgb. So slow, my garden snails could do better.

  • standardbearer
  • over 7 years ago

Where can I get more recent info on progress to the Henley upgrade?
Thx

  • josh711
  • over 7 years ago

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