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8catolympia8
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There appears to be a BT that doesn't speak to BT - open reach-out of reach?????

Is or is not BT and openreach one and the same???????

also

Do I hear that BT would like to be serious in the mobile phone business??

 

Here is our problem

 

I live in a not spot in one of the beautiful National Parks. Under government poicy we are threatened with a 25 metre Towering Mast to be put up towering over moorland and trees and fields.  The tower will be seen for 5 -10 miles.

so ,you say, forget the beuty of that park and let them put up the tower to get 50 homes mobile phone covers and some 4 square miles of moors. and 73,000 visiting tourists all smart phone in hand!!!

90% or the village want mobile phones but not the tower.

 

it seems a secret, but BT openreach, is just bringing fibre optic superfast broad band to this National Park  village.. GREAT!!!

 

But in the USA when they bring fibre into villages and small "not spot" towns they put up picocells or even microcells to give mobile phone cover of 500yds to a mile+ OFF THE FIBRE broadband network. NONE OF THIS OLD FASHIONED LINE OF SIGHT WEATHER DEPENDENT MICROWAVES!

 

HENCE NO TOWERS?

 

Now vodafone have adoppted a ROSS picocell method of getting a village fom not spot to the community, BUT more than half our folk are BT ISP users.

 

HAS ANYONE IN BT ACCEPTED YET THE COMMERCIAL ADVANTAGES OF GETTING MOBILE PHONES TO NOT SPOTS WITH A FIBRE INPUT BY OPENREACH

all we need is a picocell on our village hall which is in about 30 feet from where the FTTC will end up???

 

Surely BT broadband fibre can talk to BT mobile phones, to get a village onto an ON SPOT--- gain commercial, advantage and _ save the national Park from this monster of a 25 meter towering mast.

 

ANYONE IN BT THAT CAN HELP???? or are you not interested in mobiles to not spots which get 73,000 tourist visitors??

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Distinguished Sage
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Re: There appears to be a BT that doesn't speak to BT - open reach-out of reach?????

Welcome to this forum.
This is a customer to customer forum only,

 

This is where customers help each other get the most out of BT products & services.

Anything you post here does not go to BT. Although the forum is moderated by BT, not all posts are read.

 


This is a public forum which can be viewed worldwide, so please do not post any personal information, especially phone numbers, account numbers, fault numbers, address information or email addresses, as this could be used to impersonate you.

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Seraph
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Re: There appears to be a BT that doesn't speak to BT - open reach-out of reach?????

What about a bit of lateral thinking and making the mast an attraction eg; something like this

 

mast.jpg