How do I get Fibre in my area - when FTTP is not a priority??..
These are the results checking my property on: https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL/telephoneHome
Telephone Number xxxxxxx on Exchange - White Field area of Manchester
|Up to 22.5||--||22 to 23.5||Available||Available||--|
|Up to 22.5||Up to 1.5||22 to 23.5||Available||Available||--|
|Up to 7.5||--||7 to 8||Available||Available||--|
The premise/line is associated with exchange which is NOT part of current fibre priority programme.
The premise/line is associated with exchange where WLR is not withdrawn.
The premise/line is associated with exchange where SOADSL service is restricted.
FTTP is not available.
Re: How do I get Fibre in my area - when FTTP is not a priority??..
17-12-2020 4:48 PM - edited 17-12-2020 4:49 PM
@Mikewiggins1975 I suspect Fibre won't be a priority (just yet) because of the relatively high ADSL speeds available. If it was lower than maybe you'd be getting FTTC. As it says, FTTP is not available. Even if it was available, as an upgrade to FTTC, you would probably find it will cost you quite a tidy sum of money to get installed. As mentioned PN don't offer FTTP anyway, even if it is available.
Is there any others Telco's e.g Virgin Media, in the area?