I've had an email back from Connecting Cambridgeshire saying that those of us with EO lines on EMCHATT are scheduled for a solution between September 2015 and December 2015. They aren't sure yet whether that will be FTTP or FTTC at the exchange. Maybe it will depend on how many people are interested, so get registering if you haven't already!
Called twice never got through after 20mins, Got no response via email either.
BT Customer service say no cabinet upgade planned and jsut want to sell me a package upgrade.
The Official Response is:
"Our Fibre technology is being rolled out across the UK, and is being done street by street, cabinet by cabinet.
I have checked to find out when your line will be able to support BT Infinity. Your exchange Chatteris has been upgraded to provide Infinity but your street cabinet (6) has not been upgraded yet. There are no immediate plans to do this.
We are trying to roll out fibre to as much of the country as we can. As a public company we are obliged to firstly focus on the areas where we can make an economic return and we do announce new phases of this work every four months or so.
In addition to that, we work with the government and local authorities to enable areas that otherwise would not be possible and we would hope to be able to provide Infinity to more than 90% of the UK."
How wonderful, my only option is to move house unless i setup a business and pay for a leased line
2 years and still waiting for the Only cabient left in Chatteris to be upgraded.
Connecting Cambridgeshire are not interested either. They stopped sending me emails once i mentioned Chatteris.
Its no wonder businesses in the centre of Chatteris are closing down, BT wont provide broadband to the main high street.
BT Consumer will only know the information publicly available and available to other Openreach Customers (i.e Communication Providers).
You will be best trying to keep in contact with Connecting Cambridgeshire (via http://www.connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk/contact/) or Openreach via http://www.homeandwork.openreach.co.uk/help-and-support/fibre-broadband-availability.aspx