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pippincp
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Message 21 of 26

Re: FTTP on demand

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You could contact these guys to see if anything is planned.

 

https://www.betterbroadbandnorfolk.co.uk/

EmmaW1
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Message 22 of 26

Re: FTTP on demand

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@pippincpwrote:

You could contact these guys to see if anything is planned.

 

https://www.betterbroadbandnorfolk.co.uk/


A red dot - no plan for fibre.

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NoSirItWasntMe
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Message 23 of 26

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@EmmaW1

As you can't get fibre you might have to consider a wireless provider.

**Edited**

EmmaW1
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@NoSirItWasntMewrote:

@EmmaW1

As you can't get fibre you might have to consider a wireless provider.

**Edited**


Quite sad really, that BT are not interested, and the most useful advice has been edited.  How to mark this thread as "solved"?

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EmmaW1
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Many thanks to all the kind members who have advised me in this matter. It  looks like I will be leaving BT soon.

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kickmaleerie
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Message 26 of 26

Re: FTTP on demand

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As others have suggested there are a number of independent companies that will provide advice on Satellite or 4G broadband solutions that might meet your needs: try a bit of Googling.

Managed FTTP On Demand services are available from companies such as **Edited** but as others on the forum have mentioned there is a non-refundable survey charge of £300 and the fibre installation charges may be significant as it depends where the nearest fibre aggregation point is located, not the BT Openreach FTTC cabinet. 

I would also write to my MP complaining of the lack of broadband availability

Good luck finding a reasonably priced solution.