Wondered if anyone could advise. Currently on FTTC and area is in scope for FTTP. The contractors turned up about 6 weeks ago and were in my estate for a couple of days laying the fibre. Had a quick chat to them and they confirmed it was the pre work from FTTP they were doing. Obviously with lock-down anticipated delays but was happy at least the fibre was down. Been keeping an eye on the wholesale checker every couple of weeks but still not live. On the actual openreach website it was showing as "coming soon" and was the same on the Superfast Scotland site (which I think takes a feed from Openreach). However today I had a quick look and on the wholesale checker still nothing but I also quickly checked the Openreach fibre checker and I noticed it is now showing as "no plans" for FTTP and is the same on Superfast Scotland. I have seen other posts where people have had this happen only for FTTP to pop up to order a few days later. Is that a normal part of the process that the checker is "resetting" somehow or should I be worried that the area has been stood down or taken out of scope for FTTP?
You just need to keep checking the dslchecker until you see available. Only openreach know if or when it will made available
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Thanks for the reply. My understanding is that the DSL checker/wholesale checker will just show that it is unavailable until its actually made live and ready to order (which is what I was expecting).
It was more that the openreach fibre checker on Openreach's own website as well as superfast scotland had it showing as coming soon but suddenly went to showing "no plans". Wondered if others had seen the same before FTTP went live.