Yes, I meant you need to have a Openserve DSLAM and Pole with a drop wire running into your premises. I was under the impression the line has to be running into your house for the Pure DSL service to be installed, that is what I was told. If Openserve insists to install a new drop wire from the Pole into your house, that is a bonus! The area must be active with copper lines and a DSLAM that offer Pure DSL. Openserve will use the existing poles and cables running to the pole to supply you with the Pure DSL service. If there is no infrastructure in your area, you will unfortunately not be able to get Pure DSL, please confirm on Openserve Coverage Map or the ISP of your choice.Au contraire, dear @MEG101 : Openserve techs insisted on a new dropwire and line into my house for Vox Pure DSL.
I think you mean:
"One must have an Openserve POLE or kiosk nearby".
I doubt they'd run a new multi-core cable from the exchange and erect poles in an area where there are none.
In other words, there would have to be active / live copper phone lines already in your area if you want Pure DSL.