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Message 1 of 12

Re: Connect to different cabinet

1 to 3mb. I'm on a different exchange to those opposite they can get fttp while I'm on the tail end of an exchange about 3 miles away I think. 

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Re: Connect to different cabinet

I move down your post so you can replies to your problem and avoid confusion with previous post originator

if you are a BT RETAIL customer then enter your phone number and post results. See what is available to you

https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL



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Hi @Smed123 and thanks for posting.

Sorry there's some confusion on what's available to you. If you can post the information requested by @imjolly  we'll do our best to help you.

Cheers

David

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I don't know the landline number at all. I find this result strange as I know full well it has a five optic feed into the business below. 

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You can discover your phone number by either calling your mobile from it or dialling 17070 and the number will be read back to you.

The picture looks like a leased line fibre and would have (a) Been a bespoke provision and cost an absolute fortune (b) wouldn't be available to you.

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Message 6 of 12

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as you can see from dslchecker results there is no Fibre connections available to you and cab 33 is not fibre enable



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Message 7 of 12

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Makes more sense now that the business below has it but I cant as its leased. Guess I'm gonna have to keep running this 4g **bleep**e. Wouldnt be available under any circumstances? Or would i need permission from the landlord 

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Message 8 of 12

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It's a dedicated link that can't be utilised for another circuit. 

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The photo is of a splice point ,( DCB) usually associated with a fibre leased line and has nothing at all to do with the availability of FTTP , Ethernet and NGA FTTP are effectively separate networks ....anyone can have a leased line though , business or personal if their pockets are deep enough, leased lines are expensive , aimed at businesses that need what leased lines deliver. ( guaranteed up time , bandwidth , repairs within 5 hours etc ) and not really comparable with domestic FTTP. 
If your domestic property is part of a business building that has had a leased line at some point, unfortunately that doesn’t help you get FTTP, but does mean a ‘new’ leased line should be free of any construction costs ( the fibre already existing) but if you explore a leased line used for in a domestic setting, don’t expect the price to be similar to FTTP.

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Would I go through an isp about this?

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