- Mar 2, 2016
Most people don't get that choice. Most people still have to make do with ADSL as there is no other choice.
Also the fact that currently OpenServe Fiber is about the same price as ADSL and in some cases it's more expensive to move over to fiber (install fees which are currently waived but at the discretion of the ISP).
Maybe I should table the real network diagram?
Yes the actual network is incredibly difficult to show on one diagram.Only the national rings are reflected. There's still other layers that are too vast to place on such a map.
People that only have ADSL aren't part of the uptake statistic. The uptake statistic is for people who have fibre as an option from OS. Although I think uptake stats from areas that have had fibre for more than 6 months would be more interesting.Most people don't get that choice. Most people still have to make do with ADSL as there is no other choice.
Without stats on homes passed and uptake from Vumatel it is pointless arguing this out, as it will mostly be assumptions.
Perhaps a broken down one,yeah...to the last dorpie and one can zoom in to specific points on the network?Is there such a map?Or, competition from other network players means we will never get to that stage?Only the national rings are reflected. There's still other layers that are too vast to place on such a map.
144F small? heheheheLOL!! What does that mean Uncle MickeyD ? 144F
/educate me wiseman.
Edit: 24F to 144F
Multi Loose Tube Cable 144-fibre OM2 50/125 PE