The unlucky exchanges...and a few lucky onesAfter all the confusion on Friday and over the weekend, BT Wholesale has finally started to add some more trigger levels to the demand tracker.
The bad news is that levels of 750 registrations is not uncommon amongst the new batch, with such a high level of registrations required it would appear safe to say these exchanges are not destined to get ADSL with the next year or two.
Exchanges with a trigger of 750 registrations
Bridgnorth, Brimscombe, Caldicot, Cudworth, Darton, Fraserburgh, Hexham, Milford Haven, Oakham, Pagham, Seaton Delaval, Skegness, South Wootton, Stocksbridge and UlverstonExchanges with a trigger of 700 registrations
Brixham, Calne, Cowes, Hawkwell, Holmer Green, Nantwich, Prestatyn, Sheerness and SleafordExchanges with a trigger of 650 registrations
Aberconwy, Burntwood, Hednesford, Newtown Llantwit, Peterhead, Pevensey and St Johns Worcester
There had to be some good news to end this article on though, the number of exchanges with 200 registrations as trigger levels has increased and the ones we are aware of are listed below:
Allestree Park, Ashbourne, Berkswell, Bishops Waltham, Blidworth, Breadsall, Buckley, Caerleon, Drayton, Galashiels, Great Baddow, Harrowden, Hipperholme, Horsley, Illingworth, Inverness Culloden, Irvine Stanecastle, Ivybridge, Kirby Muxloe, Laisterdyke, Leek, Marton, Milton Lee, Olney, Paddock Wood, Penn, Ponteland, Ramsey Hunts, Saint Faith, Shaw, Shirebrook, Shoeburyness, Sowerby Bridge, Steyning, Thorpe Bay, Todmorden, Tottington, Twyford, Warsop, Whickham, Wideopen, Wivenhoe, Wymondham and Yaxley