We are due to move into a new property early next year that is very rural. We did not think that FTTP would be available, but apparently it is according to the BT broadband checker and a response we have received via email from Openreach
The property currently only has copper cabling and basic ADSL. Do the above mean that we could get FTTP via overhead cabling? The reason I ask about overhead is that it is a remote property in the countryside of North Wales, approximately 1.5 miles from the nearest green cabinet
Would you say that this is good enough to be able to process an order? We accept that cabling may need to be updated, but I assume that this can be done via the overhead / telegraph poles?
(the above result is using the property's telephone number)
Bt have a dedicated FTTP team so phone 08005874787
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