...Please bar two thirds of the competition from bidding so we can share the new frequencies with O2.
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> It was BT wholesale/openreach who put the line in.
But who is your service provider?
It may have been installed by Openreach, but if it's a LLU line (e.g. SKY, TT), BT will have no idea what telephone number they have allocated, so the number checker will fail and the address should be used instead.
Point 9: Openreach is no longer the only provider BT can use.
Point 10: Openreach does not inhibit investment by independent network operators
So they want to prevent Openreach from operating networks where others have a presence and force the rest of BT to use that instead of Openreach?
"We shouldn't have to compete with Openreach, so they should be barred instead"?
"The company's initial strategy for rolling out its tech appears to be relying on large residential buildings such as blocks of flats to sign up to its FTTP offerings."
So the cynic in me says this will be a single 1Gb pipe shared amongs multiple (10's or 100's?) of flats...
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