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Openreach - External CSP

I live on a new build estate. My property is the only property on the development with an old style box (looks like an external feed for copper) with a T in a circle logo. 

Picture 1.jpgAll other houses have the Openreach external CSP.

Do you know why this could be?

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Re: Openreach - External CSP

@wg128 

Who provides your phone and broadband connection?

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BT

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is it causing a problem?



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No, I just don't know why I'm the only person to have this box.

I also believe you can't order ultrafast fibre on the one I have.

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The CSP is just a weatherproof housing for the splice between the internal and external fibre, can't see how it can have any impact on what service you can order.

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Openreach are no longer installing CSP’s on New Sites.

Instead they are now using a Connectorised Female to Female Connector Lead.

Its still FTTP you’ll have, it’s just not Spliced and instead connected together using Connectors.

I’ve seen a few New Sites that have a mix of CSP’s and those with the Female to Female Connectors, why I don’t know but either way it’s all FTTP.

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