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Wainfleet Cabinet 2

#1
Hello, is there an update on this cab being upgraded?

I ask as my ISP TalkTalk have upgraded their DLM system and profiles can no longer be changed manually and hence have had a speed drop, so I am hoping this upgrade will bring my speed back up.

Thanks
#2
Good afternoon Stuart,

Can you please send me your full address (in confidence) to my E Mail address below. This will allow me to look more closely at your line.

stephen.brookes@lincolnshire.gov.uk

Regards
Steve
#3
There is going to be a (PCP10) side of Scarsdale Church Lane so the village will be able to get FTTC As its fed via PCP2 off wainfleet.

Also PCP9 is going near Groose Lane for FTTC near Stans Sheds
#4
Hello there, I'm new to the forum, but have been receiving the newsletter for a while. I'm guessing this post may be related to my area, and the Pcp 10 mentioned is located over the road from my property. We now have the green cabinet 30 yards down the road and the double unit underground straight opposite. (Adjacent to Scardale)
So I'm really hoping this is the first signs of things happening.
Quick question, could these works have impacted my current service? It may be coincidence, but since these works have been completed by BB has been very intermittent at times and my connection drops out very frequently. My ISP is Sky Unlimited.
When I check the Openreach checker, enter my postcode and address, it comes up with the in scope for fttp. So each stage can't be updated. It will go from in scope straight to AO.
Is anybody able to explain what fttp will mean for me as an end user in comparison to fttc, which I would have expecting?
Happy to send any details if required.
#5
Good Morning Rob,

Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding. I was on Leave last week.

Without your specific details it is difficult to answer your question accurately. Normally, if we quote FTTP, it means that you can have a fibre connection directly into your home. In other words, there is no0 copper cable involved as there is with FTTC.

However, BT sometimes quote FTTP being available via 'On Demand' and this means you can have it, but have to pay quite a lot of money for the installation.

Please send me your full address and postcode to my private E Mail (in confidence) and I will get straight back to you.

stephen.brookes@lincolnshire.gov.uk

regards
Steve
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