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Remotely operated cabinets needed if Internet is a Right



 
 
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Old January 2nd 18, 04:24 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.finance,uk.politics.misc
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Default Remotely operated cabinets needed if Internet is a Right

Remotely operated cabinets needed if Internet is a Right
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BT (British Telecum) have been told to fsck off in
no uncertain terms when it comes to promising internet
for everyone when it can't even deliver fibre services
at $14 per 1gbit fibre modem and connect it up to the UK
fibre infrastructure, and instead they spend
20x the money procuring local poop copper equipment
than then costs 20x higher price equipment to be installed
at the local poop level while the rest of the
network is fibre.

It costs average 150 per customer to install fibre
using best practice of installing a fibre in one
sitting instead of double blow job shiite methods
used by Openroach - the cable installation arm of BT
which costs at least 500 and they then charge
6000 for without any justification.

You are only supposed to charge a small percentage more
than what you got it for instead of some
marketing number that keeps everyone from adopting
the technology as they do around the globe.

So if BT are told to fsck off, and Internet is to become
a right, then its also a right for any licensed installers to
be contacted and install full fibre right into some
cabinet in your local area.
If they are using an "Air Spade" and similar efficient
technology they can go across
open ground several hundred meters per day.
You may only get charged 1000 per km.
Which is a lot cheaper than 6000 for 100 meters at
current BT Openroach Offcum price sheet.
They are shiite for investor value because they don't
know how to install fibre.

So after the cable is installed, the cabler has
right to open the telecom cabinet and connect
the fibre to a designated port.

That is what it means for Internet to be Right.

So all the telecum operators have to turn up
on the day at the road side cabinet or hand
over the keys to licensed cablers so that it can be connected
to a designated port.

If you have experience in cabling, it should be your
right to open this cabinet and connect to
designated ports.
That is what Internet as Right means.

And if the trolls owning these cabinets find an excuse
not to turn up on the day, then they should operate
the doors remotely to open it.
And so long as the fibre is connected to the
port that has been designated, and the fibre
wired neatly into the cabinet, you can't be
further charged for repair of any perceived defects
you may be accused of causing to the cabinet.


 




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