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Routers & Openreach.

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Routers & Openreach.

Why do PN simply not send openreach a number of routers so when the engineer arrives he will have the router with him, thus avoiding the problem of a visit but no router available.

PN must have some rough idea of the number of routers required for any given time, should also save on postage costs.

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Re: Routers & Openreach.

Most installs no longer require an engineer visit so this wouldn't achieve anything.
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Re: Routers & Openreach.

Also, the engineers work for over 500 communication providers.  Would you expect them to carry 500 different variations of the routers?