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Register interest for fibre

Submitted by MRS_S_S_A 06-08-2019 | 7 Comments

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Option on the website and app to register your interest for fibre to be brought to your area would be an excellent addition!

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Register interest for fibre

Option on the website and app to register your interest for fibre to be brought to your area would be an excellent addition!

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7 Comments
Philosopher

Hi @MRS_S_S_A 

 

yes but i think u might find that the whole sale market has that already as it is them that has to make the changes to the centres 

 

if u need any help just post in the correct area and we will help or wait for a oce staff to reply as they can help with speed issues on normal bb and fibre bb

 

 

Popular Poster

Thanks for the reply @hosay299,

Yes I am aware of this but talktalk could inform you when it arrives by registering your interest and they can pass the info on to openreach. BT has it on their website, but its not BT who do the work upgrading the exchange, thats openreach and they are not the same as they are seperate operating under the BT Group.

Philosopher

But talktalk would do it when bt do it type thing 

Community Team - TT Staff
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@MRS_S_S_A Thanks for the suggestion. Just to confirm, are you referring to FTTC, FTTP or UFO?

 

Thanks

 

Popular Poster

All, but mainly FTTC

Popular Poster

@OCE_Michelle FTTC, but options would be good 🙂

Sightseer

I think we'll all love it but the process is slow to have it done everybody wants £s before permission is granted it would of been done when it started back in the 80's but Margaret Thatcher stopped it as BT was too big they had everything setup cheap fibre etc etc etc ready to move forward and it all got stopped at the time back then Slough was the only one done. Now you have Openreach and Hyperoptic doing the work years later 😊 👍