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JamesBand5
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That shows you can definitely get FTTP via Openreach which is fantastic. Looks like the ISP database has been updated if you can now see Full Fibre Broadband products as available. Sometimes it varies how long it takes and what speeds show up as available on various customer facing checkers. Which is understandably confusing! Are you now able to see Full Fibre 900 (and other products) on the BT consumer broadband website checker? 

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mazzalean
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Yep, I can now see the full Fibre 900 is available for the address, which is great news as I'll be looking to put an offer on the flat now!
JamesBand5
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That's great! FTTP 900 is wonderful to have!
iniltous
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Because the info on the checker shows SDU/MDU external CBT , complex, then unlike some apartments where there is a common internal point where all individual units would be served from your service would appear to be served from an external CBT ( pole or wall mounted most likely ) but the installer may need special tools or assistance to get the fibre into your apartment, AFAIK, you won’t get an appointment as such , but a date for a visit, if it can be done on that day , that’s great…if OR have to arrange something extra ( like long ladders , or someone who is flat roof trained etc ) then the date can slide without compensation being due ( well not to the ISP from Openreach) , it’s like the two stage install where they confirm no issues before committing to the contractual date…what the ISP does with that is between themselves and the consumer