Reply to post: Re: Maybe

Well done, UK.gov. You hit superfast broadband target (by handing almost the entire project to BT)

bossey1

Re: Maybe

I'm astonished at these figures. Where I live in East London a huge swathe of customers only get the 2Mbs to 6Mbs you mention. As you've said checking the checker confirms your exchange is enabled but your cabinet isn't and other than that there are no further plans to bring it to you unless you are prepared to foot the thousands of pounds cost. Before, it all seemed to be about "the mile to the exchange". Since fibre took that excuse away, Service provider staff seem to blame BT and BT seem to blame local authorities. I feel our regulators are serving someones interest but not mine when I see these so called achievement claims. I bet proper checks at the premises by the regulator via an online survey to all subscribers would give us the truth. In a nut shell.... Rubbish

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